What is the Kiwanis Miracle League?
ALL kids should be given the chance to play baseball. The Kiwanis Miracle League at Prospect Meadows makes baseball possible for children and youth in the metro area and surrounding counties – regardless of their abilities. Miracles happen as players experience the joy of baseball – being on a team, feeling the bat hit the ball, running the bases, hearing the crowds cheer for them, and cheering on their teammates. Parents and other guests of our players also have a great time cheering on the players.
How, when, and where are the games played?
On six Saturdays in the spring (beginning April 29), and six more in the fall, our kids have the greatest days of their lives. Each game takes an hour. Every kid will have an official team jersey and have a buddy assigned to them. Each player gets a hit and the last batter hits a grand slam to bring their teammates home.
Prospect Meadows is on the corner of Highway 13 and County Home Road just north of Marion. Just inside the entrance to the Prospect Meadows baseball park is the Marion Metro Kiwanis Miracle Field, where miracles happen.
How to register your child or youth?
We are looking for more players to join the 100+ already signed up. To register please visit www.ProspectMeadows.com/Miracle-League and click the “Register Player” button. Fill out the info and you will get an email confirming your registration. All our players get to play for free, thanks to the Kiwanis Miracle League at Prospect Meadows. All equipment, including official jerseys, will be provided to our players. The only thing the families need to provide is transportation to and from the games.
How to volunteer?
Each Saturday over forty volunteers are needed – buddies for all of the players, pitchers, catchers, and more. To register as a volunteer click the “Register Volunteer” button at www.ProspectMeadows.com/Miracle-League.
If you have questions, need further information, or wish to make a donation, please email us at KiwanisMiracleLeague@ProspectMeadows.com.