Anderson led the charge with his foundation League of Leaders hosted his 5th consecutive Turkey Drive ahead of Thanksgiving. He donated frozen turkeys and gift bags to families who drove through for an hour at Hillcrest High School accepting the charity from the two-time All-Star.
Anderson an alumnus of East Central Community College led all of junior college as a sophomore with a .495 batting average and helped his team to the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges State Championship.
Former Hillcrest Patriot and Shelton State catcher Colby Smelley was drafted with the No. 395 pick in the MLB Draft by the Chicago White Sox. Smelley, selected in the 13th round, was just the second position player selected by the White Sox in the draft.