Kids from Dakota Ridge Youth Basketball league participate in service projects
By Ramsey Scott
Tuesday, March 5, 2013 at 4:52 pm (Updated: March 20, 2:51 pm)
Members of every team in the Dakota Ridge Youth Basketball league did more than work up a sweat on the court this year. The kids volunteered on community projects ranging from helping to clean up Water’s Edge Park and Coal Mine Avenue to writing letters to soldiers.
“The kids are already involved in their community through basketball; the projects help to strengthen this connection as the kids give back and see the positive impact of their service,” said Felicia Randall, community service coordinator for Dakota Ridge.
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