CORNING - Corning’s Tuller Field played host to the seventh annual Disability Dream and Do baseball clinic by the Dave Clark foundation on Saturday.

These camps give children and young adults with different disabilities an opportunity to learn about baseball.

Participants in the camp hit the ball, ran the bases, did fielding drills and got to throw around the baseball.

“The Turnout was great, we had close to 200 people total,” Doug Cornfield, a Co-Founder of the Disability Dream and Do Dave Clark Foundation said. “We had 60 some participants total and a lot of volunteers.” 

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