Sunday May 22nd from 2:30pm to 4pm at Tri Little League in Delmar there will be a baseball clinic open to ALL kids from 5-12 years-old. The cost of the instructional afternoon is only $5 per player. All proceeds from the afternoon, including a percentage of the concessions, will go to the Epilepsy Foundation of Northeastern New York, in memory of Lazar LaPenna, the 11 year-old boy that died from a seizure while playing Little League on Long Island on April 29th.

photo Charlie Voelker
photo Charlie Voelker
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This clinic is open to ALL Little League boys and girls from the Capital Region. Coaches, including myself, in addition to local college, high school and travel players will instruct the Little League age players in different aspects of hitting, fielding, running and throwing during the 90 minute clinic.

photo Charlie Voelker
photo Charlie Voelker
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All participants will be eligible to win raffle prizes that include New York Yankees tickets, Tri City ValleyCats tickets and Albany Empire tickets and more courtesy of ESPN Radio Albany 104.5 FM, The Team and other area sponsors. To register for the clinic please click HERE. Payment will be taken on site at check-in. Check payments can be made directly to: Epilepsy Foundation of NENY. Please register early because space will be limited.

photo Charlie Voelker
photo Charlie Voelker
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A giant thank you goes out to Tri Village Little for hosting this event, especially Paul and Sarah Matrose. If not for their incredible efforts, we couldn't have put this clinic on. People are more than welcome to come by and enjoy the afternoon to support the recognition of Lazar LaPenna. Tri Village Little League/Magee Park is located at 14 Kenwood Avenue in Delmar, NY 12054. Registration and check-in will begin at 2pm and the clinic will begin at 2:30. For more information, you can e-mail me at charles.voelker@townsquaremedia.com or you can DM me on Twitter @charlievoelker. Thanks and hope you can make it!

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