A crowd of 400-500 responded to the call for high attendance at the final Buddy Ball games of the season at Bobby Brwewer Park Monday night. More than 50 atheletes with mental and physical handicaps make up the four teams that play one another. Spectators also opened their wallets to give toward the goal of building a rubberized field for the league. Lawrenceburg Mayor Keith Durham pledged space for the field and threw out the first pitch of the ball game. If you would like to donate to the project, go to AbigailsPlan.org or to any branch of First Farmers & Merchants Bank. You may also call Tommy Lee Kidd at 629-8859 for more information. –HoJo photo

Current Project

Abigail's Plan is striving to build a totally rubberized baseball field for our players with disabilities similar to the field pictured above. The approximate cost of the field is $350,000.  Our goal is for Lawrence County to have the first Miracle League rubberized field in Tennessee!!!

 

The Abigail's Plan organization is made up entirely of volunteers.
100% of the proceeds raised go directly into
funding our projects and fundraising efforts.

Thank you for your support!

Abigail's Plan files form 990 with the Internal Revenue Service. This form is available for inspection upon request.

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