Life with Dementia from the Pitcher’s Mound

Silverado Sugar Land resident Tony Medina has lived a full life and it’s about to get even fuller.

A former professional boxer and race car driver who has lived with Vascular Dementia for nearly one year, Tony will add another adventure under his belt as he throws the first pitch for the Sugar Land Skeeters on Thursday, September 12.

From cooking in the kitchen to practicing archery, and playing billiards to now representing Silverado in a minor league game, Tony is proof that a high quality of life is achievable despite having memory loss.
Join Silverado and Tony to celebrate America’s favorite pastime and how life doesn’t have to stop with memory loss.

WHEN
Thursday, September 13
• 6:20 p.m. – Pre-game parade on field for individuals to walk in honor of loved ones affected by memory loss
• 6:50 p.m. – First pitch
• 7:05 p.m. – Game Time

WHERE
Skeeters Baseball Stadium – 1 Stadium Drive, Sugar Land

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