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Photo courtesy of Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Sedalia Bombers' second baseman Trey Hair talks to Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri members as his teammates play a round of Wiffle ball at the summer program Monday morning. Fifteen players stopped by the Club to play Wiffle ball and other games with the Kinder Camp, Elementary and Tween Club members. On July 22, members will visit the Bombers on their home turf – Liberty Park Stadium – for a game against the Nevada Griffons. More than 100 members involved in the Wanna Play program will receive a free ball cap to commemorate their time at the field.
Photo courtesy of Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Sedalia Bombers' second baseman Trey Hair talks to Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri members as his teammates play a round of Wiffle ball at the summer program Monday morning. Fifteen players stopped by the Club to play Wiffle ball and other games with the Kinder Camp, Elementary and Tween Club members. On July 22, members will visit the Bombers on their home turf – Liberty Park Stadium – for a game against the Nevada Griffons. More than 100 members involved in the Wanna Play program will receive a free ball cap to commemorate their time at the field.
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Photo courtesy of Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Sedalia Bombers’ second baseman Trey Hair talks to Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri members as his teammates play a round of Wiffle ball at the summer program Monday morning. Fifteen players stopped by the Club to play Wiffle ball and other games with the Kinder Camp, Elementary and Tween Club members. On July 22, members will visit the Bombers on their home turf – Liberty Park Stadium – for a game against the Nevada Griffons. More than 100 members involved in the Wanna Play program will receive a free ball cap to commemorate their time at the field.


Photo courtesy of Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Sedalia Bombers players play Wiffle ball with Club Tween members Monday morning. Through a partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of America and MLB, more than 100 Club members age 6 to 12 have spent the summer learning the ins and outs of healthy lifestyle choices and basic baseball skills. The summer began with fitness tests on stretching, sit ups, and throwing, among others, which members will take again at the end of the program to see how much they’ve achieved.


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