Sunday, May 28, 2017



Miracle Field Complex:

 

The Miracle Field Complex opened on April 25, 2015. We here at the Newton County Recreation Commission are very excited about the opening of this wonderful complex. 

 

The Miracle Field complex houses an 125’  fully-accessible Miracle Field (specifically designed to allow ALL children, youth, and adults regardless of any disability the opportunity to play baseball). Additionally, the complex also houses a second, multi-purpose, 225’ artificial turf baseball field for able-bodied children/youth.  An accessible playground for ALL children, as well as a concession/restroom building and batting cages, round out the complex.

 

Miracle League Baseball is the FIRST of hopefully many future therapeutic recreational programs offered at the Miracle Field complex. 

 

With the addition of these two new fields, City Pond Park has 8 fields for children, youth, and adults of ALL abilities to use and enjoy.

 

Questions regarding the Miracle Field Complex?  Call Dena Hill with Newton County Recreation at 770-786-4373, ex. 50.

 

“EVERY CHILD DESERVES THE CHANCE TO PLAY BASEBALL!”








“If You Build it…We Will Come”





The groundbreaking took place on the Miracle League of Newton County Complex on August 21, 2012. 
Construction is set to begin on September 17, 2012.

Thank you, Bud Stengel, for the photo.
Click here to see more photos of the groundbreaking.

 



     
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For more information, please contact Kale Curtis

Email: dhill@co.newton.ga.us or

Phone #: 770-786-4373 ex. 50

 


Newton County Recreation Commission, Covington Rotary Club, Covington Kiwanis Club, The Covington & Oxford Lions' Clubs and The Friends of Newton Parks joined together in partnership in building the first ever Miracle League Field in Newton County.

The complex has a custom-designed field with a cushioned rubberized surface to help prevent injuries, wheelchair accessible dugouts, and a completely flat surface to eliminate any barriers to wheelchair-bound or visually impaired players. Accessible restrooms, a concession stand, and picnic pavilion have all been incorporated into this design. The complex has been built at City Pond Park in Covington.

With the help of community volunteers and companies, Newton County’s very first Miracle League complex provides the opportunity for all children to play baseball regardless of their physical ability. Your contributions to the Miracle League Field project have made a difference in a child’s life.

Donations can be made, by check, to The Friends of Newton County Miracle League Account, at any United Bank Location.

Or donations can be mailed to the following address:
Friends of Newton County Miracle League, Inc.
c/o Newton County Recreation Commission
6185 Turner Lake Road
Covington, GA 30014

For more information call Dena Hill at (770) 786-4373 Ext. 50


Miracle League Complex - April 25, 2015 - Opening Day!


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