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33rd Annual Miracle Tournament and Celebration Dinner

The 33rd Annual Miracle Tournament and Celebration Dinner benefiting Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, will take place June 24-25, 2024. We look forward to welcoming everyone to the NCR Country Club in Kettering, Ohio for the tournament and the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio for the Celebration Dinner*. Last year, more than 600 suppliers, vendors and business partners participated in the tournament or attended the Celebration Dinner*, interacting with Champion Children and their families. Thanks to their generous support, we were able to raise nearly $3 million for children’s hospitals across the United States.

*Celebration Dinner is by invitation only and reserved for Event Sponsors.

Join us June 24-25, 2024!

“We could not be more grateful for the incredible support of corporate partners like 7-Eleven, Inc., who, year in and year out, amaze us with their passion for our cause. Together with their customers, suppliers, vendors, Franchise Owners and employees, the impact of their fundraising efforts is helping us change kids’ health to change the future.”

- Aimee J. Daily, Ph.D.
President and CEO, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

Schedule of Events

Monday, June 24

  • 6:30 a.m. – Registration and Breakfast
  • 7:30 a.m. – Tee Time
  • 11:00 a.m. – Awards Lunch
  • 11:00 a.m. – Beer Garden Opens
  • 1:00 p.m. – Chip-to-Split and Ball Drop

Tuesday, June 25

  • 6:30 a.m. – Registration and Breakfast
  • 7:30 a.m. – Tee Time
  • 11:00 a.m. – Lunch
  • 11:00 a.m. – Beer Garden Opens
  • 1:30 p.m. – Tee Time
  • 6:00 p.m. – Awards Buffet Dinner
  • 6:45 p.m. – Chip-to-Split and Ball Drop

*Times are subject to change


Hotels

Marriott

Marriott at the University of Dayton
1414 South Patterson Boulevard
Dayton, Ohio 45409

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Courtyard by Marriott

Courtyard Dayton-University of Dayton
2006 S Edwin C Moses Blvd
Dayton, OH 45417

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Donations

If you're not able to attend the Miracle Tournament, you can still make a donation here. All proceeds will benefit CMN Hospitals.

Golf Club Shipping & Rental Information

NCR Country Club will have a limited number of rental clubs available this year. Because of the high demand over the last few years, the policy on securing rentals has changed.

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2024 Champion Children

Gracie
Age 11
Gracie
Age 11

Treated at Levine Children's Hospital in Charlotte, NC.

At nine years old, Gracie found a bump below her ribs. After an ultrasound and an MRI, the doctors didn’t think the bump was cancerous, but they did a biopsy just in case. It took over two weeks to receive a final diagnosis: a rare soft tissue cancer called CIC-DUX4 sarcoma. Since there had been less than 200 reported cases to date, there was no definitive treatment plan. Over the next six months, Gracie underwent surgery, intensive chemotherapy, and IV infusions at Levine Children’s Hospital. Now in remission, 11-year-old Gracie helps other kids fighting cancer and lights up every room she enters. She returned to school as a fifth grader and is back to her favorite past time: playing soccer.

Thanks to the support of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, the Child Life program at Levine Children’s Hospital has the resources needed to give kids like Gracie the best and most comfortable care.

Cash
Age 15
Cash
Age 15

Treated at CHOC Hospital in Orange, CA.

Cash was 13 years old when he was playing football in a park and collapsed on the field. He went into cardiac arrest and the paramedics arrived within minutes. After repeated shocks and IV medication in the local emergency room, he was transported to CHOC Hospital to receive care from a recently formed collaboration between CHOC and UCLA Health pediatric heart specialists. The specialists diagnosed Cash with an anomalous left coronary artery (ALCA), a rare condition that disrupts the flow of blood to the heart. Since only one percent of the population is born with it, sudden cardiac arrest during exertion may be the first sign of ALCA and that’s what happened to Cash. He spent 33 days at CHOC Hospital before he was stable enough to go home. Now 15, Cash manages his condition with medications to support optimal heart function. Cash does his best to stay positive, spends time with family and friends, and enjoys traveling to new places.

Thanks to support for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Cash was able to receive life-saving surgery and highly specialized care.

Lucy
Age 10
Lucy
Age 10

Treated at Kentucky Children’s Hospital in Lexington, KY.

At ?rst, eight-year-old Lucy’s parents thought she’d caught strep throat, or maybe the ?u. But as her symptoms progressed to a high fever and an upset stomach over the course of the week, they realized their daughter was dealing with something worse. Lucy’s pediatrician tested her for something called Multisystem In?ammatory Syndrome in Children, or MIS-C: a rare syndrome associated with COVID. “We were just ruling it out” was the mindset behind running blood work that led to Lucy’s diagnosis. “[Our pediatrician] said, ‘We’ve already called ahead to Kentucky Children’s Hospital, and they have a room for you. You need to go immediately.’” MIS-C can lead to major in?ammation of the organ systems, skin, and brain, and most children with the condition arrive at the hospital in bad shape. When Lucy was admitted, her blood pressure was low and her heart was beating way too fast. Lucy’s doctors and her parents quickly made the decision to transfer her to Kentucky Children’s Hospital’s pediatric intensive care unit (PICU). After several days in the PICU, Lucy’s condition began to improve. Soon she was discharged to recover fully at home. Lucy’s family is deeply grateful to the medical professionals at Kentucky Children’s Hospital for ensuring their story has a happy, healthy ending.

Thanks to donations to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Lucy had access to lifesaving care at Kentucky Children’s as she recovered from MIS-C.

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