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Isotopes and Ability Connection New Mexico Partner To Host "Dinner On The Diamond"
08/06/2014 5:46 PM ET

Joining together for a unique charity event, the Albuquerque Isotopes and Ability Connection New Mexico have partnered together to host "Dinner on the Diamond" on September 13 at Isotopes Park to benefit children and adults with disabilities in New Mexico.

Dinner on the Diamond will get underway with a cocktail hour at 6:00 p.m. followed by dinner on the field while the Los Angeles Dodgers game against the San Francisco Giants is shown on the video board. There will also be live and silent auctions as well as live music throughout the night's festivities.

Tickets are $200 each and can be purchased online at dinneronthediamond.com or abqisotopes.com or by calling (505) 268-5076. Tables are also available for purchase to accommodate larger groups.

Ability Connection provides the very highest quality care and support to children and adults with disabilities. Their organization has been building on this passion for over 61 years while continuing their commitment to level the playing field for those with disabilities. Ability Connection empowers individuals to live the best life possible by removing barriers that inhibit independence and autonomy. At Ability Connection, they focus on each person's ability and believe in each individual's potential for success.

The Isotopes and Ability Connection New Mexico would also like to thank the event's sponsors: 610 The Sports Animal, Miller Light, Clear Channel Outdoor, the Albuquerque Journal, Classic Party Rental and Zia Auctions.

For more information, visit dinneronthediamond.com, abilityconnectionnewmexico.org or abqisotopes.com. Inquiries can also be directed to Megan Oblack (MOblack@AbilityConnectionNewMexico.org) with Ability Connection New Mexico or Kim Stoebick (kstoebick@abqisotopes.com) with the Isotopes.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.
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