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YMCA Dodgeball Tournament

Dodgeball tournament benefits Y’s work in the community

YMCA 11th Annual Dodgeball Tournament!

Everyday, more than 1,000 Rutherford County residents turn to the YMCA for support from the many programs offered and a healthy lifestyle. On Saturday September 21, the community will have a chance to show its support for the Y by taking part in the 11th Annual Rutherford County YMCA Dodgeball Tournament. The teams have been set and the competition is on!!

This year’s tournament promises to be a competition like no other! That means supporting the community is as easy as taking a step back in time to elementary school P.E. class! The tournament is double-elimination style and kicks off at 8:00 A.M. with a signature match kicking off the events for the day. It will be match like no other, all in fun of course, to benefit and raise money for the Y, and all proceeds benefit the Y’s Annual Giving Campaign.

In addition to the signature match, there are “Twenty four” other teams signed up to play from many areas of the business community. In addition, a silent auction will also be held, as well as tours of the newly renovated facility.

Who: Rutherford County Family YMCA, Murfreesboro, TN
What: Hosts Dodgeball Tournament benefitting Annual Giving Campaign
When: Saturday, September 21, 7:45 a.m.
Where: Rutherford County Family YMCA, 205 N. Thompson Lane

About the Y
As the area’s leading nonprofit dedicated to nurturing the potential of children and teens, improving community health and wellbeing and providing opportunities to give back and support our neighbors, the YMCA relies on the generous support of its Annual Giving Campaign to ensure that everyone, regardless of their age, income or background has access to the tools and support they need to learn, grow and thrive.

The YMCA of Middle Tennessee is a nonprofit, worldwide charitable fellowship united by a common loyalty to Jesus Christ for the purpose of helping people grow in spirit, mind and body. For more than 137 years, the YMCA of Middle Tennessee has been giving people of all ages the tools they need to learn, grow and thrive. Last year, the YMCA reached 332,456 lives—one of every six people in the 13-county area it serves—by nurturing the potential of children and teens, improving the nation’s health and well-being and providing opportunities to serve others and support our neighbors. To learn more, visit www.ymcamidtn.org/about.

For more information and to schedule an interview or to film the tournament / participants, please contact: Marida Millican, Executive Director at 615-895-5995.

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