As the Red Sox charge through another season, our Latham students had a great opportunity to go behind the scenes at historic Fenway Park. While watching the game and touring the stadium, students simultaneously learned about the Red Sox deep roots in Boston.
The energy in the air heightened. Foul balls were jumping out of the stadium and forceful hits were bouncing off of the Green Monster. Directly in front of the Red Sox dugout a group of Latham Students lean leisurely for a photo- an empty stadium behind them, with the grounds crew working the field. Two Latham students pose for a photo in the Press Box, peering down at the antiquity of Fenway Park, and SURPRISE- in each photo sits the miniature playhouse! With the help of digital photography enhancement, the mini-playhouse was also able to travel past the bounds of Cape Cod, and into the home of the Boston Red Sox.
Buy tickets to win the larger replica of Captain Elisha Bangs’ House, measuring 10’ long, 5’ wide, and 8’ high HERE. Only 5 weeks remain before the October 21st, 2013 drawing at our 4th Annual Charity Golf Classic, located at Ocean Edge Resort and Golf Club. One ticket can be purchased for $10 and 3 tickets for $20. All proceeds support initiatives for Latham individuals with complex special needs and Prader-Willi Syndrome, such as trips to Boston! Tickets are being sold through our community partners: MA Frazier in Wellfleet, Seamen’s Bank in Eastham, Sherwin Williams in Orleans, JoMama’s in Brewster, the Yarmouth Moose Lodge, and all Cape Associates branches (N. Eastham, Yarmouthport & Chatham.) Also, look for us at community events throughout September and October.
You can visit the playhouse, as well as purchase tickets for the playhouse at the Agway in Dennis, 686 Route 134. Read this week’s edition of Dennis’ The Register to find out more information about the partnership between Agway and Latham Centers.