Bring your family to Lake Felter Park, 1750 Johns Lake Road, Clermont, Saturday, February 25, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm, when Clermont’s First Responders go for home runs as the Clermont Police Department takes on the Clermont Fire Department in a Charity Softball game to support the Kiwanis Club of South Lake Inclusive Playground Project and the Greater Clermont Cancer Foundation. This event is FREE and open to EVERYONE!

Events will include:
11:00-11:45 Students and Families from the ERH Peer Buddies, Dreamplex, and Special Olympics of Florida are invited to warm up with the Clermont First Responders. Get out on the field, pick a team and help them warm up! Bring your mitt, blanket/chair, sunscreen and join in on the action!

12:00 Opening Ceremonies will begin followed by a Fabulous Flocker Fun Inning! The main event will begin shortly after the Fun Inning with a 7 Inning Battle of the Bats!

RAFFLE PRIZES! Cheer on your favorite team and get a chance to win prizes valued up to $300 by playing the Place Your Bet game. All ticket proceeds will be donated to the Kiwanis Club of South Lake Foundation and will go toward the Inclusive Playground Project.
LUNCH! Concessions will be available from Uncle Kenny’s BBQ including Combo BBQ Pork Sandwiches for $10.00 and Smoked All Beef Hot Dogs for $7.00. All other items are just $1.00 each. All Concession proceeds will be donated to the Greater Clermont Cancer Foundation. JEEPS! Visit the Clermont Jeep Club Jeep Show which will be held at the park basketball court.

The Inclusive Playground Project will be built at Lake Felter Park to provide ACCESSIBLE and INCLUSIVE playground equipment designed to enhance sensory and motor skills for ALL children and adults. Come visit the KCOSL Tent for more information and find out how you can become a Playground Partner.

“Through play, all children discover their world and how to be successful in it. The more they play, the more they develop skills necessary to engage, change and impact the world around them.” Ingrid M, Kanics, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist and Inclusive Play Expert.

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