developing

our most precious

resources

one pitch

at a time



Whether

you think you can

or whether

you think you can't

you're right

Be a

Champion

on and off

the

Diamond



Fun

was what we had

ball-playing

was the byproduct

respect

each person

on the baseball field

or on the bench

it will radiate

joy

If I have a

Swing

I have a

Chance



Ending His Life

Could Not

End His Dreams

Musings/Current Events...

In South Carolina, The Beat Goes On

Take it from the website manager for our fund:  it is very, very difficult to keep up with the comings and goings of our president, Don… Much of what I see and get to communicate with our inspiring leader is ‘behind-the-scenes’ and will be public sometime in the future, but a fair amount is also an impressive amount of publicity he has been able to generate around many of the wonderful events and accolades he’s organizing on behalf of the fund. In this post, I hope to share (hopefully all of) what has been written about and shared in South Carolina during the first half of the month of February.  As is apparent, the South Carolina journalists and community members are eager to follow the progression of our story as it continues to develop:

  • ABC News 4:  Father Turns Tragedy Into Triumph
  • Moultrie News:  Three Years after Tragedy, Clint Seymour Play Ball Fund Is Thriving
  • Post & Courier:  Clint Seymour Play Ball Fund, Born of Tragedy, Helps High School Teams

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Each of these links is posted on our Facebook page as well: www.facebook.com/ClintPlayBall/

Pittsburgh City Council Award Ceremony

award-ceremony-pi-010317-1-of-1Board member “Uncle Chuck” Rudek (pictured far right), accompanied by Aunt Sue, represented our charity on January 3, 2017 to accept the Proclamation of Pittsburgh City Council honoring The Clint Seymour Play Ball Fund as Big Brothers/Big Sisters “Community Partner of the Year” (together with the Carnegie Science Center) and declaring January 3, 2017 to be the “BBBS Coalition Honorees Day” in the City of Pittsburgh.  Board member Brian Seymour accepted a similar proclamation from Allegheny County Council that afternoon, from which we will post photos when available.  Thanks to the hundreds of contributors and volunteers who have made it possible for Clint’s life to be so honored.

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