2nd Annual Baseball & Softball Skills Clinic is Accepting Registrations

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TO:  News Editors

DATE:  April 4, 2016

CONTACT:  Missy Goetschius, Public Relations Director, The Arc of Chemung

CONTACT INFO:  607.734.6151 x122 or email GoetschiusML@arcofchemung.org

RE:  2nd Annual Baseball & Softball Skills Clinic is Accepting Registrations

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Elmira, NY – In partnership with the Elmira Pioneers and Elmira College Baseball, The Arc of Chemung is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Baseball and Softball Skills Clinic. To take place on Friday, April 29th from 9:00—11:30 AM at the Home of the Elmira Pioneers—Dunn Field, located on Luce Street, Elmira, children ages 4-12 living in Chemung County are invited to register and participate.

Area baseball coaches will be on hand to provide each child with a solid foundation going into this year’s baseball and softball season.  There will be a focus on basic skills: throwing, catching, base running, hitting and of course, sportsmanship. Lunch, a t-shirt, and other giveaways will be provided.

Children MUST be pre-registered in order to participate and the first 50 registrants are FREE!

Parents/legal guardians are expected to remain on site during this event. Registration forms can be accessed by visiting The Arc of Chemung’s website at www.arcofchemung.org and can be submitted by mail to: The Arc of Chemung, 711 Sullivan St., Elmira, NY 14901, Attn: Michelle Nicholas; by fax, to: (607) 734-2943, Attn: Michelle Nicholas; or by email to: NicholasMM@arcofchemung.org.  

Completed registrations must be received no later than April 22, 2016.

 

ABOUT THE ARC OF CHEMUNG

Founded in 1953, The Arc of Chemung is a person-centered, not for profit organization committed to meeting the needs of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families in the Chemung County area. The agency provides quality supports and opportunities for individual growth for every person supported by means of education, increased community acceptance and participation.

The Arc of Chemung supports nearly 800 individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families annually. Learn more at www.arcofchemung.org. The Arc of Chemung is a chapter of the state agency, NYSARC, Inc. and is nationally accredited by The Council on Quality and Leadership (CQL).