Pacer Volleyball and Softball players team up with Miracle League (Demo)

The William Peace University volleyball team and softball team paired up to help out with a great organization called Miracle on September 13.
The Miracle League is a nationally recognized, non-profit organization that started in the late 1990’s to give children with disabilities the opportunity to play America’s favorite past time, baseball.
“Helping with the Miracle League was an experience I will never forget,” said Megan Mansfield, a WPU volleyball player. “Being able to spend my time with kids and see their smiling faces is so rewarding and all the children are truly blessings.”
“Being able to be a part of the Miracle League is an experience that is truly indescribable,” said Miriah Milliken, a WPU volleyball player. “Helping to touch the few children’s lives, even though it was in a small way, touched me more than I could ever explain.”
The volleyball and softball players who had the chance to participate with the Miracle League say the experience was eye-opening.
“You should volunteer because you are not just changing the kids’ lives, but they change your life by bringing smiles all around,” said Tori Wright, a WPU softball player.

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