MASON, Ohio (WKRC) - More than 4,000 children from all over Ohio gather in Mason for the 26th Annual Ohio Jamboree.
The Ohio Jamboree is a baseball tournament for children with special needs taking place at Heritage Oak Park.
All kids are winners in this event as their only goal is to come to the tournament and give it a try.
"This is all about just coming out and meeting new friends, having a lot of fun," Susan Murdock, president of the Mason Challenger League, said. "So every team will play two games on Saturday. They'll come back and play one final game where they're given an awards and then they're back to their hometowns."