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Co-ed Dodgeball Tournament

Created: 02/03/2014 8:40 AM WDIO.com

Duluth Edison Charter School Legacy Foundation is putting on a Dodgeball Tournament Fundraiser on March 1st.

Tami Siebert dropped by the show Monday morning. She is on the DECS Legacy Foundation Board, and is helping to organize the fundraiser.

Dodgeball teams need to be made up of 6-8 people, with a minimum of 2 men or 2 women. All participants must be over the age of 18. And each team is guaranteed a minimum of 3 games played.

Registration is online, and costs $80 per team.

On Saturday March 1st, the action starts at 9:00 AM, at Duluth Edison Charter School,located at 3301 Technology Drive. Remember, registration is online, so put together a team soon!

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