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Thursday's carnival will help Miracle League help kids play baseball

If you love baseball or if you just like the idea of helping give  kids a chance to play, then you won't want to miss Thursday's launch of Midweek Miracles.

Backyard Bistro and Pepsi Bottling Ventures will co-host a carnival from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday - rain or shine - in the restaurant parking lot to start the Midweek Miracles fundraising campaign for the Miracle League of the Triangle.

The Miracle League of the Triangle is celebrating its fifth season of helping children with special needs play baseball.

Ring in the new year with your feet in Miracle League's midnight run

Triangle runners can ring in the new year with their feet when The Miracle League of the Triangle hosts a midnight run.
The non-profit organization, which provides the opportunity for
children to play baseball regardless of their abilities, will hold its
inaugural Run in the New Year event at midnight Dec. 31 at the Triangle
Aquatic Center in Cary, near Cary Towne Center.
Formally known as the YMCA’s R.I.T.N.Y. Run, the alternative New Year’s
Eve event consists of a 5K race and 1-mile fun run. The event will
raise money and awareness for the local Miracle League.

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