"IF" a 3rd field were to be built next to Little Fenway and Little Wrigley, what should it be ?
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How Can I Play?
One of our goals is to enable more people to have the opportunity to play at Little Fenway. In addition to the charity tournaments, we host group outings for folks who can make a contribution toward the upkeep of Little Fenway and/or Little Wrigley. Please contact Pat O'Connor (email@example.com) if you are interested in using the field. A contribution of $500 to Little Fenway will help us ensure that every group has the same quality experience that all previous groups have had. Over the years we have witnessed businesses, sports teams, families, community organizations, and other groups have a spectacular time at Little Fenway. We are simply amazed at how men, women, boys, and girls, of all ages, can have a thoroughly enjoyable time trying to hit a home run over the Green Monster, or running the bases, or fielding a grounder, or simply watching the action.
What is Little Fenway?
Little Fenway is a unique 1/4th scale replica of Boston's Fenway Park in the backyard of Pat & Beth O'Connor's house in Essex, Vermont. It was built in 2001 and is used exclusively for Wiffle ball games. Several major charity fund-raising tournaments are held at Little Fenway every year. To date, over $2.0 Million has been raised for various charities. Smiles, laughter, and warm memories are the name of the game at Little Fenway.
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