Baseball Camp For Those With Special Needs Coming to the Hudson Valley
Chances are you know what the three R's stand for. Reading, Writing, and 'Rithmetic (arithmetic). You may have also heard of the three L's; Live, Love, and Learn, but what about the three D's?
For Dave Clark and the foundation he began, the three D's stand for Disability, Dream, and Do. Their philosophy of not being afraid to try anything, no matter what, is a part of what makes the upcoming Baseball Camp for children and young adults with special needs, something not to be missed.
According to the Disability, Dream, and Do website, their events, which involve professional baseball, hockey, as well as college athletes, have been honored as some of the best promos for those with disabilities and sports.
This year's event in the Hudson Valley will be held at Dutchess Stadium, the home of the Hudson Valley Renegades, on Saturday, August 18. Registration starts at 9:45 with lunch at 12:45. Participants, regardless of their abilities, will have opportunities to learn from professional players as well as coaches, plus get goodies like a free hat, shirt, lunch, and tickets to see the Hudson Valley Renegades game the following day August 19.
Spaces fill up quickly, so signing up early is a really good idea, and there's no fee to participate. Don't miss this chance to dream and do with your family.