Bocce ball court coming to Chimes center in Millsboro

MILLSBORO – Chimes Delaware, one of the largest nonprofit providers for people with disabilities in the state, announced this week a new bocce ball court will be installed at the Irv & Phyllis Levin Employment Center on U.S. 113.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony to commemorate the new court will take place Oct. 13 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the center, located at 28393 Dupont Blvd, Millsboro.

The court is made possible through the generous donations from Corrado Construction and the Knights of Columbus.

Chimes program participants are passionate bocce players and the sport is an excellent outlet for people with disabilities to participate and compete. With assistive devices, it can be played by anyone, no matter how severe their disability may be.


Chime Delaware’s Irv & Phyllis Levin Employment Center on U.S. 113 in Millsboro.

Chimes has had a successful Bocce in Delaware Special Olympics for over a decade. This new court will provide an ideal place to train for that and allow for friendly competition.

About Chimes: Chimes International, Ltd. and subsidiaries, known as the Chimes Family of Services, offer a wide range of opportunities for people with disabilities and other special needs. Chimes International as the parent organization, leads and supports various subsidiaries, which provide services to over 19,000 people in 6 states, the District of Columbia and Israel. To learn more visit


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