Help Kiwanis Help Miracle League!!

Kiwanis-Web-page-graphic-2015-v2_page_001-300x187Kindly recall the Southlake Kiwanis Club has entered into a multi-year sponsorship program with Miracle League to help purchase specialized sporting equipment.

Register now for the Southlake Kiwanis 8th Annual Run 4 Kids 5K being held on Saturday, May 9th at Dragon Stadium.  All proceeds go back into area children’s charities just like Miracle League.   Let’s “step up” and help them like they have helped us.  Register and spread the word/forward email/post to FB/etc.

In addition to the generous multi-year sponsorship, Kiwanis will give back $5 for EVERY registered runner (designate MIRACLE LEAGUE from charity selection at checkout).  Go to under the EVENTS tab to register. Heck, the Swag Bag is worth more than the entry fee!

Thanks for the Equipment Donations

The Miracle League of Southlake was recently honored with donations from two outstanding partners. Ryan Green, the Senior Community Marketing Manager for Dicks Sporting Goods, donated over $1,500 of baseballs and bats to the Miracle League of Southlake.

Bryan Hoctor, representing Keeper of the Game ( donated baseball gloves and helmets to the Miracle League of Southlake.  Bryan is shown below with Phil Meyer (on the left), Miracle League Board Chair, and John Slocum, Miracle League board member.

The Miracle League of Southlake is thrilled to have the support of these two fine organizations in making our program an unqualified success in the upcoming inaugural season.  Thanks, Ryan and Bryan!

Uniform Unveiling Event – April 28

Miracle League of Southlake was thrilled to host our uniform unveiling on April 28 at the Southlake Hilton; thank you, Southlake Style, for the wonderful article.  Hosted by the Southlake Hilton and emceed by Scott Murray, the event was a tremendous kickoff for us to show the community the progress that has been made in building the program.  We were honored to be joined by Elvis Andrus, Rangers shortstop, and Steve Buechele, Rangers bench coach, as we celebrated those young athletes who will participate in our league.  The excitement on their faces and in the eyes of these young people was truly heartwarming.

We were also honored to be joined by representatives from the City of Southlake, Carroll ISD and surrounding school districts.  This event was a great opportunity for Southlake and surrounding communities to witness firsthand our efforts in building a model Miracle League program.  Special thanks to the Texas Rangers Foundation (Karin Morris), Jim Sundberg, Rangers players and alumni, Scott Murray and Mike Hutchison (Southlake Hilton) for making this a special event.

Opening Day is less than five months away; it’s almost time to Play Ball!  On behalf of the board, thanks to everyone for your support of the Miracle League of Southlake.