Give a Miracle a Chance
from The Pefferlaw Post
July 10, 2008
By: Karen Wolfe
Give A Miracle a Chance, a not-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to raising awareness and generating funding for families dealing with cerebral palsy, held their 3rd Annual Slo-Pitch Baseball Tournament last month at West Park in Keswick.
In addition to the 18 teams that participated in the event, organizers hosted a Kid’s Friendship Baseball game where children with and without disabilities participated together. “The purpose was to create awareness and for children without disabilities to understand the challenges,” said volunteer Ashley Shearer. “Kids without disabilities had to sit in a wheelchair at bat and then run backwards towards the bases.
Give a Miracle would like to thank all of our wonderful volunteers and sponsors.”
(Left to right) Mom Courtney Webster gives son Denton Web- ster-Marles a hug during the Give a Miracle a Chance festivities.