Horsham Baseball Field for Special Needs Gets Miracle Money

wheelchair baseball
Image via fwcommish83 at YouTube.
Horsham's "Miracle Field" will support wheelchair baseball.

The Miracle Field of Horsham is getting half a million dollars to come to fruition. This project will develop the land at Deep Meadow Park in Horsham to a rubberized baseball field for players with special needs, writes Jon Campisi for the Hatboro-Horsham Patch.  

It was during its “Diamond Night” fundraiser that the office of State Sen. Maria Collett presented the check.  

“Bringing a state-of-the-art Miracle League field to Horsham will send a loud and clear message to local individuals with disabilities and the people who love and care for them,” said Collett in a statement. 

Horsham township manager William Walker said that the new $500,000 in grant will be combined with the $250,000 that was raised.  

The field will also accommodate wheelchairs and other mobility aids.  

Read more about the Miracle Field fundraiser at the Hatboro-Hosham Patch.


Although this version shows softball and Horsham’s fields will support baseball,
this video gives a good idea of the competitiveness and skill wheelchair sports take.

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