Help Complete the Construction of the Miracle Field at Fundraiser

Miracle Field Fundraiser

The Minnesota Network of Woodbury will host a fundraiser to raise the remaining money needed to complete construction

This Sunday, September 11, 2011 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. the Minnesota Network of Woodbury, Minn. will host a fundraiser at the in Woodbury, Minn. to raise the remaining $35,000 needed to complete the construction of the Woodbury Rotary , a rubber-turfed baseball field designed to enable athletes with physical and mental disabilities to play baseball.

“Every child deserves a chance to play outdoor baseball,” said Alan Henaman, owner of Stratagem Consulting. “The efforts of The Minnesota Network of Woodbury have done so much for us here in the Woodbury community.”

He explains that their help the balance of funds to build the Miracle Field will be changing lives next Spring.

The Woodbury Rotary Jeff Hanson Memorial East Metro Miracle Field , 2011 to begin the building process. This one-of-a-kind field is designed with rubber turf to enable athletes with physical and/or mental disabilities to play baseball. The Miracle Field is still in need of $35,000 to complete construction.  

The Minnesota Network in conjunction The Miracle League will of building process of The Miracle Field. With no admission, but donations greatly appreciated, there will be a variety of activities and sponsorship levels for companies to invest in. All proceeds of this event will go 100 percent to The Miracle Field.


  • Music by Tim Mahoney 
  • Petting Zoo
  • Open Skating
  • Jumpy Moonwalks
  • Giant Slides
  • Celebrity Signings
  • Raffles
  • And much more!

For sponsorship information go to facebook.com/MiracleFieldWoodbury or call 651-735-2100. Or, contact Wade Hanson at wade@wadehanson.com or 651-274-8584.

Thank you! Remember it takes more than one to make a community, but only one to make a difference in that community.

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