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Children of Fallen Heroes

Office: (910) 621-1505

139 Brucewood Road

Southern Pines, NC 28387

Use of this program is not an endorsement of the Children of Fallen Heroes by the Fire Fighters, Police, First Responders and the US Military.

This is an independent program operated by the Children of Fallen Heroes 501(c)(3) tax deductible nonprofit.

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Children of Fallen Heroes Skydiving Angels

bringing in Ole Glory for the National Anthem including a Tandem Raffle to benefiting surviving spouses and children 

Fire, Police, EMT and Military fallen heroes.

 

 

Forest City Owls vs. Hit Toms

 

June 28th, 2017

Time: 6:30pm

The Forest City Owls are a baseball team in the Coastal Plain League, a collegiate summer baseball league. The team played its inaugural 2008 season in Forest City, North Carolina after the same franchise (previously known as the Stingers), owned by Ken Silver, moved from Spartanburg, South Carolina in the offseason. The Owls play their home games at McNair Field, a new baseball stadium constructed near downtown Forest City by the municipal government utilizing town funds, private contributions, and more than $1 million in donations from Robert C. McNair, a Forest City native and owner of the NFL Houston Texans. The Owls won their home (and season) debut on Thursday, May 29, 2008, by a score of 4–2 over the Gastonia Grizzlies before 2,675 fans. McNair threw out the first pitch, and the Owls turned an ever-rare triple play in the top of the 6th inning.

In the 2009 season, the Owls won the Petitt Cup, the Coastal Plain League title, after going 51–9 in 60 games during the regular season and postseason. Forest City's 22–2 start, 24 first-half victories, 25 wins at home, and 46 regular-season wins all were CPL records. The Owls were also voted as the No. 1 collegiate summer team in the country, courtesy of pgcrosschecker.com.

On January 27, 2011 it was announced that the Owls had been selected by USA Baseball to host Team Japan on July 1, 2011.

In the 2011 season, the Owls went back to the CPL playoffs to defend their back-to-back titles. The Owls fell in the second round to the Gastonia Grizzlies. The 2011 season was highlighted by the July 1, 2011 game of Team Japan vs. the Forest City Owls. Over 3,700 fans attended the game and witnessed the first-ever international game to be played at McNair Field. The Owls fell 8–1 to Team Japan but came back to have a 30–25 overall record for 2011. Over 64,400 fans walked through the gates at McNair Field that season.

In September 2015, Mr. Silver sold The Owls to Phil Dangel from Knoxville, Tennessee.

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