Rally your team for Portland Corporate Kickball 2011 June 17th

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It might still be raining but the weather is slowly warming up. And when the warm weather hits, that means it's kickball time! That's right, Corporate Kickball is back for the second annual Portland tournament. Last year we had a blast and this year we can't wait to see everyone back out on the field with their gamefaces on. We'll be snacking on delicious food, drinking great Northwest beverages and playing that grand ol' playground game. To make things even sweeter, Corporate Kickball means spending the day outside of the office, team building and bonding with co-workers over something besides work! You can support our anti-bullying and anti-obesity efforts as we teach conflict resolution and healthy play by bringing your Corporate team out to play. Follow the links to sign up today and call our office for more information.

Play On!!

Date: Friday, June 17, 2011
Time: 12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: Portland Community's Rock Creek Campus

 

 

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