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Mulberry Park Community Center hosts kick beep ball games

POSTED: April 20, 2013 12:31 a.m.

More than 200 students from Hall County high schools competed in the kick beep ball games at the Mulberry Park Community Center. The game consisted of kicking a ball while blindfolded to an opposing team that was also blindfolded. The runner then goes toward a beeping target after kicking the ball while the other team tries to pick up the beeping ball and turn it off before the runner gets to the target. The event is cosponsored by Partnership for Success and the Disability Resource Center. Chipper, the Gwinnett Braves’ mascot, made an appearance at the event.


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