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FieldHouselogoSure, there are t-shirts, pennants, bumper stickers, and baseball caps that show you’re a fan.  You like sports, but what better way to say "I play" than a bruise, a true emblem of pride and sacrifice.  Well, at the Field House on Wednesday nights between 6-11, you can get and give your own set while playing DODGEBALL!  

This is an adult social coed league which begins June 15th and runs for 8 weeks.  Eight players start on the field per game, two of whom must be women.  Players over the age of 50 may substitute for one female player.  Sorry players over 50.  Individuals may register for the league but they are not guaranteed a place.  If there is enough interest we will create a House team for those individual registrants.  

The registration fee is $60 per player.  A dodgeball match is played in a twenty-five minute time block. One match consists of as many games as it is possible to play in that 25 minute block. Each game will last a maximum of 5 minutes.  Substitutions are allowed in between mini-games.

Schedules are subject to change! Do NOT print schedule, but instead check the schedule every week a few days prior to play.

 

New in 2011 - Referees will have yellow and red cards that will be used to control an atmosphere of good sportsmanship and appropriate behavior.


 

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Pouches Visits the Past

HistoryCamp

If Pouches' experience at History Camp is any indication, your son or daughter will enjoy joining Washington Heritage Museums and the George Washington Foundation for History Camp in Fredericksburg. The week-long day camp will be held June 25-29, from 9:00 a.m. to noon each day.

Young historians discover American history with hands-on experiences as they walk in the footsteps where the history of Fredericksburg, and a budding America, was created. The camp complements the history taught in classrooms with activities such as soap making, code breaking, colonial crafts, penmanship and much more.

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