Are You Ready for Some KICKBALL?!

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Mark your calendar for the 3rd annual Playworks Baltimore Corporate Kickball tournament on Saturday, June 12th from 12pm – 4pm at Joseph Lee Park behind Patterson High School. 

Teams of 10-15 will battle it out for eternal glory and the coveted golden kickball.  Players will also receive a catered lunch, beer, team jerseys and a fun day of team building.

Come compete against other Baltimore area companies and teams of individuals while joining Playworks as we rescue recess for 10,000 kids in 24 low-income schools every day!

To sign up your team and learn more please contact Amanda Gambill at or 410-779-3306.

If you are already on a team that is doing its fundraising online, please use this form to do so.

We look forward to playing with you!

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