Thursday, April 25, 2013
Coming up at Fluor Field on Saturday, April 27, 2013 is a day dedicated to honoring kids who are soaring to their full potential. The Center for Developmental Services event will begin in the afternoon with a Mauldin Miracle League game, where its players will buddy up with the Greenville Drive players.
Activities will be available for attendees around the stadium grounds. A ballpark picnic and Field Street Experience will provide dinner and activities, beginning at 4:30 PM.
Tickets are available through the Greenville Drive box office for $15. Price includes access to the afternoon activities, food at the picnic, and the ticket for the evening Drive game versus the Delmarva Shorebirds at 7 PM.
Greenville, S.C. (April 19, 2013): Tickets are now available for the Little Heroes Night at The Drive on Saturday, April 27. Little Heroes Night will highlight some of the community’s resources serving children with special needs.
Little Heroes Night, presented by Northwestern Mutual, is a Drive double-header. The afternoon begins with Drive team members playing side-by-side with members of the Mauldin Miracle League, a youth league for special needs children.
The Mauldin Miracle League game will be followed by a picnic and the Drive’s game against the Delmarva Shorebirds. During the picnic, inflatable bounce houses and face painting will be available for kids.
Tickets for Little Heroes Night are available for $15 from the Drive’s box office (864) 240-2528 (firstname.lastname@example.org). All proceeds from Little Heroes Night benefit the Center for Developmental Services (CDS), the largest multi-disciplinary treatment facility in the Upstate for children with disabilities and developmental delays.
CDS links children with disabilities and developmental delays and their families with multi-disciplinary services for developmental evaluation, treatment, education, and support through a partnership of nonprofit and governmental agencies. The partnership is comprised of BabyNet; Family Connection of SC; the Preschool Special Education Program of Greenville County Schools; KidVentures of the Greenville County Disabilities and Special Needs Board; Clarity, and three programs of the Greenville Health System Children’s Hospital: Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics, Kidnetics, and The Wonder Center. CDS and its partners serve over 6,500 children and their families each year in one facility located on property donated by the First Presbyterian Church at 29 North Academy Street in Greenville. For more information about CDS or its partners, visit www.cdservices.org or contact Joy Blue, Director of Donor & Community Relations.