Please assist in restraining any child or person from climbing our fence and using the complex

Dear Parents and Participants of TRFC,

The Toms River Field of Dreams Foundation along with RWJBH Field of Dreams at the Ocean Orthopedic Associates Complex is asking for your help.

We ask that you please assist in restraining any child or person from climbing our fence and using the complex.

This complex is NOT PUBLIC. This complex is a PRIVATE SPECIAL NEEDS complex.

This complex is specifically designed to assist individuals living with a special need. The amount of usage this complex will receive from the Special Needs Community in surrounding counties will be extreme.

To ensure the equipment and flooring will last, we must limit over usage of the park!

Please note, our members are unable to utilize parks similar to CASTLE PARK.

We thank you for your help in this matter.

Sincerely,
TRFOD Board members

NJTVOnline – Watch Episode 21 featuring Toms River Field of Dreams

Life changed instantly for Christian Kane’s family when their infant son Gavin suffered a brain injury leaving him unable to walk or talk. Christian now works tirelessly to make his community more inclusive and accessible to those with disabilities. According to Christian, “Just because you have a traumatic brain injury doesn’t mean the game is over, it just means it’s a different game.”

https://www.njtvonline.org/programs/21/ocean-county-vyecpv/

 

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Brian Hanlon, sculptor for the NBA, NFL, MLB, and many other entities, has created another masterpiece. Located at the Toms River Field of Dreams, Brian has captured the motto of the complex, BECAUSE INCLUSION MATTERS! Another Phase of the project completed…

More construction to come shortly!

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