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Video: Dodgeball Turns Social Experiment Turns Non-Profit

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Our appreciation for the sporting life the Eagle Rock Yacht Club's Dodgeball League accords participants is nothing new. This short video profile of how the league became what organizers call a social experiment turned non-profit takes a look at what they do for the community when it comes to our parks and our youth.

There's a lot more info on the ERYC website, too.