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Warner Robins REALTORS raising funds for Little League “Field of Hope”

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The Central GA Board of REALTORS is hosting a Casino Night, on Friday August 17th 2012, to raise money for the “Field of Hope,” a new baseball field in Warner Robins, for Little League players with disabilities.

The field is designed to accommodate special needs athletes who participate in the Challenger division of the Warner Robins American Little League.

The Challenger Division of Little League Baseball currently averages 80 participants in Warner Robins, and over 30,000 worldwide.

The first “Field of Hope” was built in Peachtree City, GA in 2004 and cost an estimated $700,000. According to the Little League website

The Field of Hope project took four years to complete, and accommodates players with a variety of disabilities, including those with wheelchairs. The field’s turf is green with tan base paths and bright white bases. The dugouts are open, except for a fence that protects players, while the entryway on to the field, and spectator seating are made of concrete for easy access.

Tickets for the event cost $50 and include: admission for two, $500 in casino cash, 2 drink tickets, DJ, food, prizes, entertainment, cash bar and silent auction.

The fundraiser will take place from 7pm – 11pm at the VFW: 1101 Corder Road, Warner Robins, GA 31088

For Ticket information Call: Central GA Board of Realtors at (478)333-2116 or EXIT Success Realty at: 478-922-1777.

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