The Y-Not Project​ Annual Wiffle Ball Tournament













OUR MISSION:
THE Y-NOT PROJECT IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION HONORING TONY BORCIA AND DEDICATED TO STOPPING INTOXICATED BOATERS.

About The Y-noT Project: The Y-noT Project is being formed by Tony Borcia’s family and friends. It seeks to end intoxicated boating tragedies. The Y-noT Project is not an anti-drinking and boating campaign but instead, a responsible boating campaign that encourages individuals to “Y-noT be a designated boater” and “Y-noT report erratic boating”.

The Y-noT Project will host its Annual Wiffle Ball Tournament on August 11, 2024 at JoAnn Eckmann Park in Libertyville.


Please  join us on August 11, 2024, at JoAnn Eckmann Park in Libertyville for our next Wiffle Ball Tournament! We will have 6 divisions, with 8 teams in each division.  LEARN MORE!





















The Y-noT Project is a non-profit organization honoring Tony Borcia and dedicated to stopping intoxicated boaters. 


Tony Borcia was ten-years-old when he was killed while tubing on the Chain-O-Lakes with his father and siblings on July 28, 2012. Tony fell off his tube, and before his father could pick him up, he was hit by a large boat, despite wearing a bright red life jacket and waving his arms. The driver of the boat was under the influence of cocaine and alcohol. Tony was an incredible little boy who loved to play wiffle ball. Family and friends formed the Y-noT Project (Tony’s name spelled backward) Wiffle Ball Tournament in honor of Tony.


Proceeds from the tournament have been generously donated to AAIM’s Victim’s Assistance Fund and The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (DNR). 


For more information contact Contact: Rita Kreslin, Executive Director, rita@aaim1.org or visit - www.ynotproject.org

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