Come on out for the optimal October fundraiser on October 20 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at Spicer Orchards!
Yogis will be gathering from around southeastern Michigan to raise money for the Miracle League of Greater Flint at this one-of-a-kind event. You don’t need to have any yoga experience at all–just bring a mat and be guided through a gentle practice by certified yoga teach Amy Cross of Prana Yoga Center in Grand Blanc. Live music will accompany the practice. And afterwards, free cider and donuts to all participants!
A minimum $10 donation is suggested. All proceeds will benefit the proposed Miracle League field in Mundy Township in the park that is being created just off Hill Road behind Assenmacher’s Cycling Center and the Home Depot.
For more information, contact the Miracle League of Greater Flint at 810-956-3149.
Local residents, teachers, and rehabilitation experts came together on Wednesday, September 27 at the first Miracle League of Greater Flint (MLGF) Town Hall meeting at Genesys Banquet and Conference Center in Grand Blanc. The purpose of the meeting was to listen to community stakeholders about their ideas for the proposed Miracle League field.
MLGF Board members Brian Caine, Kay Doerr, Sophia Bong, and Jen Hogan listened as people made suggestions for ways that the field and the park could be built to be fully accessible for all people. Ideas ranged from increasing parking space sizes to make room for vans with ramps for wheelchairs access, to providing charging stations for people who need to charge oxygen tanks. One attendee suggested private restrooms so those who need space and privacy to fully lay down can have the type of facility that they need.
Doerr also announced to the crowd that Mundy Township is awaiting word from the Department of Natural Resources on a grant that would provide funding for the installation of a new entrance to the proposed park.
The Miracle League field is part of a larger future park plan that will be built in Mundy Township on Hill Road near Assenmacher’s Cycling Center and the Home Depot.
The news conference announcing plans for the new Miracle League field in Genesee County as a success!
Supporters and members of the media gathered at Mundy Township Administrative Offices for the news conference. Township Supervisor Dave Guigear spoke, describing the Hill Road Corridor initiative that includes creating a park behind Home Depot and Assenmachers Cycling Center. Plans were revealed, and the capital campaign fundraising initiative was launched.
Dr. Steve Tunnicliff from the Genesee Intermediate School District, along with Andrew Younger from the Crim Fitness Foundation were on hand to voice support for the Miracle League of Greater Flint.
Check out the links to some of the media coverage below: