Voices of Health Friends of the Miracle League of New Albany— Make Your Voice Heard!! We’ve been given a great chance to create real change for our Columbus area. The Aetna Voices of Health competition gives organizations like us a way to improve our community by addressing social health issues. You can help us win a …Read More
The New Albany Baseball Classic will be held at Bevelhymer Park in New Albany June 15-18, 2018. All proceeds from the tournament will benefit The Miracle League of New Albany.
Please come out and support your local athletes on Thursday, June 21 at Bellacino’s Pizza & Grinders. Dine in, carry out, or purchase a gift card and 20% of all proceeds will be donated to The Miracle League of New Albany and New Albany Special Olympics.
On May 29, 2018, the 4th grade students at New Albany-Plain Local Intermediate School donated a portion of the proceeds from their Entrepreneur Day to The Miracle League of New Albany in the amount of $3,548.07. A special THANK YOU to the entire 4th Grade for their donation! View the Video »
By Sarah Sole thisweeknews.com The construction of a Miracle League baseball field can proceed in New Albany after the authorization of a lease agreement with the city and the New Albany-Plain Local Joint Parks District. New Albany City Council on Nov. 8 approved a resolution authorizing City Manager Joe Stefanov to enter into a lease …Read More
By Bryant Somerville 10TV.com NEW ALBANY — Dozens of children took to the baseball diamond, Saturday, to celebrate Miracle League. It’s a national organization that was established to provide children with disabilities the opportunity to play baseball in an environment that meets their needs. Children participating met at the New Albany High School baseball field, …Read More
By Sarah Sole thisweeknews.com For Dr. Kevin Klingele, watching a Miracle League baseball game is an opportunity to see children in a setting that lets them escape for a little while from a normal routine of doctor visits and therapy. “You see the joy on these kids’ faces,” Klingele said. As chief of orthopedics at …Read More