High School students from the East Penn Conference Student Athletic Character Council holding a conference at the Chrin Community Center in Palmer Township presented a check for $800 to the Miracle League of Northampton County today. The Board and Players thank the Council for their support.
At the 41st Community Awards banquet of the Business, Industrial and Professional Association of Palmer Township (BIP) a check for $5,000 was presented to the Miracle League of Northampton County. This money is from the proceeds of the 6th Annual Palmer5K race and walk which is held in conjunction with Palmer Community Days. Former president of the BIP and Palmer5K organizer Jeff Kicska presented the check to Lisa Colver, Treasurer of MLNC. Over the past 6 years the BIP has donated $30,000 from this event. The Board and Players of MLNC thank the BIP for their continued support.
The Seipsville Inn is having a VIP night with proceeds to benefit the Miracle League of Northampton County! Thank you Seipsville!
September 26, 2014. At its annual convention the Northampton County Association of Township Officials made their annual $1,000 donation to the Miracle League of Northampton County. MLNC Board Member BJ Metz accepted the generous donation and updated the audiance on the progress of the League. We thank NCATO for their continued support.
September 20, 2014. At our game on this beautiful Saturday Jeff Kiscska, President of the Business, Industrial and Professional Association of Palmer Township presented the Miracle League of Northampton County with a check for $5,000. This donation is from the Palmer 5K race which was held as part of this years Palmer Community Days. We thank the BIP and the runners who participated in the race for this generous donation. The BIP has been a very generous donor to the league since the beginning.
September 20, 2014. At our game on this beautiful Saturday William Eismont of the Knights of Columbus of Easton presented the Miracle League of Northampton County with a check for $1,000 as their 2014 gift. The Knights of Columbus have been a sustain donor to the league for the since the beginning. We thank Mr. Eismont and all the members for their continuing support.
On Thursday, September 28th, Reagle Insurance presented the Miracle League of Northampton County with a check for $2500 at Coca-Cola Park, home of the Iron Pigs.
Established in 1936, Reagle Insurance has a strong business foundation in the greater Lehigh Valley. They also have a history of supporting charitable organizations and we are very thankful for their generous donation.
At the Board of Director’s meeting we were very pleased to accept a generous donation from Calpine representatives Tom Seifert and Noah Nealon-Calpine. Thank you Calpine. In the picture below Board Secretary Patti Stout accepts the donation from Tom Seifert,
We were also very pleased to be presented a very generous donation from the family and friends of our Board member Mike Heimbach, Thank you very much.
At the Board of Directors meeting on this date Easton’s Angels made a special check presentation to the organization. We thank our special Angels for this very generous donation. On and off the field these are very special ladies who are working to give back to the community through their fund raising efforts. The kids of the MLNC are looking forward to seeing them in the outfield this spring.
Pictured from left to right are: Kerena Kemmerer, Sarah Timberman, Alexa Olah and Paige Colver.
Tom Ring climbed up on the billboard early Tuesday morning where he spent the next three days on this quest of raising money for the Miracle League of Northampton County. In the beginning his goal was to raise $25,000. By late Thursday afternoon he had far surpassed that goal with a total of $35,061. Everyone – players, families, volunteers and the MLNC board members give a huge THANK YOU to Tom for spending his past three days and nights on the billboard so our players with physical and intellectual disabilities can play the game of baseball.
From September 20, 1982 to June 7, 1983 three men sat on a billboard at Rt. 22 and Seventh St in Allentown trying to win an $18,000 Love modular home. This event is being recreated on a billboard located at the Chrin Community Center of Palmer Township where Tom Ring of Brown Daub KIA is sitting but not trying to win the home but more importantly to raise money for the Miracle League of Northampton County. He is also advertising a play which will take place at the State Theater on November 7th about the 1983 occupation of the Allentown billboard. We thank Tom for this special way of raising money for the kids.