Area Rotary Clubs purchase, assemble additions to Kingsport Miracle Field

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Photo: Rotary Club of Tri-Cities

KINGSPORT, Tenn. (WJHL) – Five local Rotary Clubs worked alongside each other over the weekend to purchase and assemble benches and ADA picnic tables at the Kingsport Miracle Field.

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According to a release from the Rotary Club of Tri-Cities, the following clubs donated $24,000 to the project and built tables, benches and did landscaping work:

  • Rotary Club of Kingsport
  • Rotary Club of Kingsport Downtown
  • Rotary Club of Kingsport Sunrise
  • Rotary Club of Tri-Cities
  • Rotary Club of Scott County

“Visit Kingsport, in partnership with the Kingsport Economic Development Board and the City of
Kingsport, are constructing a Miracle Field Complex,” said Rotary Area Governor Ambre Torbett. “This facility will provide a place for special needs children, teens and adults to play baseball. The facility will be the first of its kind in Northeast Tennessee.”

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The release says the five clubs provided over 150 volunteer hours at the project.

For more information on the Kingsport Miracle Field and how it gives all children a place to play, click here.

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