Grand Opening of the Anticipated Justin’s Miracle Field

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A Miracle League Field is no ordinary baseball field.  It has a specialized rubber surface that allows children with special needs, even those who use wheelchairs or walkers for mobility, to participate in the game of baseball.

“So many times, children with disabilities are left on the sidelines to watch their siblings play,” Norris said.

Justin’s Miracle Field, located in Lions Park in Kingsland will make wishes come true for more than 1,000 children in the Camden County, Georgia area who will now have a safe, fun place to play.
“Our primary mission is to provide a facility that will enable all children to play the game of baseball, regardless of their ability,” said Jeff Norris, a spokesperson of the Justin’s Miracle Field. He and his wife, Tina, and their son, Cody, founded the local Miracle League field in the memory of their youngest son and Cody’s brother Justin, the organization’s namesake and an avid fan of baseball.

“In the Miracle League, everyone gets a hit and everyone scores,” Norris said. “Each player is paired with a buddy that helps them at the plate and in the field. Special relationships are formed and the experience and confidence that the children gain from playing can be life changing.”

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