The Alexandria City council dedicated Pat Miller Neighborhood Square, named after longtime Del Ray resident and neighborhood activist Pat Miller, in the midst of the popular art event, which attracted more than 60,000 visitors in its 22nd iteration. Pat also serves on the board of the Miracle League of Alexandria.
See pictures in the gallery from youth and adult games from September 20th and 23rd.
TC Williams HS Honor Society volunteered at the adult game.
The Miracle League of Alexandria and the Kelley Cares Foundation will be working together to support MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital’s Adaptive Sports Program by hosting a wheelchair softball clinic on Saturday, July 15 from 11 am – 4 pm at the Kelley Cares Miracle League Field. Registration is free and open to Individuals with impairments in their lower extremities are eligible to participate in Wheelchair Softball. Participants MUST be able to self-propel a manual wheelchair. Limited sport wheelchairs will be available.
The Adaptive Sports Program strives to maximize participation for individuals with disabilities in recreational and competitive sports.
Come join us for a FREE day full of softball skill sessions, competition, and fun! To register and learn more, please contact: Patricia.firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-877-1427 or visit their website at www.MedStarNRH.org/Sports.
Congratulations to Lindsey Swanson being honored yesterday with her acceptance of the Champion of Children’s Award at City Hall for her work with the Kelley Cares Foundation and the Miracle League of Alexandria.
We are proud of you Lindsey!!!
Laura Fries and members of the Omega Psi Phi attended the event, received recognition and received a volunteer pin for working with the Miracle League of Alexandria.
We are really proud of our volunteers!