It's time now to introduce you to this month's Positively Jax award recipient. Every month we highlight a person making a positive impact in our community, and this month's winner has a bittersweet story. Jeff and Tina Norris' son Justin was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor when he was 20 months old.was 20 months old. He was 11 years old when he passed. Justin had a passion for baseball, but radiation treatment left him wheelchair bound, which meant he couldn't play on a real field. Well now that he's playing in heaven, his family wanted to do something for kids who were like him. So they created Justin's miracle field. It's a baseball field, but with no grass, or brown dirt. Instead, it's rubber surface allows kids in walkers and wheelchairs to enjoy the sport without any limitations. And with no strikes or outs, and every game ending in a tie, every kid who plays is a winner! Joining me now are Jeff and Tina Norris - this month's positively jax winner. Also here to present her with the award in a minute is Vince Wyatt - the C-F-O of Memorial Hospital.STILL: justin justin's baseball field mom, dad, and other son SOTVO: kyleem's homer VO: miracle league 3 3 3 3 3 3 I want to share a quick snippet of video from your website about a young man named Kyleem. He has cerebral palsy, but was determined to stand up at the plate, hit the ball, and run to first base.// Not only did Kyleem hit the ball - he kept going and with help- made it all the way around for a homer! These are the miracles you guys get to see everyday? 3 If you know somebody who wants to play baseball at Justin's Miracle Field - you can sign them up at camden miracle league dot com. There you can also find information on how to volunteer, plus their many fundraising events. Remember this is a non-profit. 3 Remember you can nominate someone or an organization to win our monthly Positively Jax Award. All you have to do is visit our website, news4jax dot com. Roll over the community tab and click on the positively jax tab. Bruce?