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THE 7TH ANNUAL EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED.

In consideration of the still evolving Covi-19 pandemic, recommendations of the Center for Disease Control, and the impact this situation is having on our local events, community, and economy, the event has been postponed for a later date.

We are very sorry to make this decision, but please stay tuned for the announcement of the event reschedule.

Ryan Martin Casino Night benefiting the Miracle League of Arizona. The event honors the memory of the late Ryan Martin, a friend and advocate of the organization.

Tickets are $65 and include food, 3 drink vouchers and one casino playing card, with $50 value.

Try your luck at Black Jack, Roulette, Let-It-Ride, and Craps. Guests may “buy in” to donate and purchase more cards at any time during the evening. The event will also feature a silent auction, lucky punch game, and raffle.

6:00-7:00pm Reception/Auction

7:00-10:00pm Gaming

Raise your bets to help give our athletes with special needs the opportunity to play baseball, Because…

“EVERYONE DESERVES THE CHANCE TO PLAY BASEBALL”

RYAN MARTIN

Ryan Clayton Martin was a vibrant young man who left us too early. Ryan grew up with his family just three blocks from the Miracle League Ballpark. His family included his mother and father Lori and Richard and his beloved brother Dustin who was two years older.

He had more friends than could ever be counted and attended school with them over the years, played sports, and was a member of the Desert Mountain High School Marching Band. He played club baseball and could often be found with his buddies shooting hoops at local parks. He loved being around people and most of all he loved making them laugh. He was compassionate, caring and generous. He was industrious and smart and worked his way through the University of Phoenix and graduated with a degree in Business Administration.

He often remarked how excited he was to see his old elementary school campus incorporate the new Miracle League of Arizona Stadium for kids with special needs.

Ryan’s big and bright smile continues to shine on all of us and especially those who need a little extra help in life.

While he will be missed, he will always be remembered.

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