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Terriers Thank Minor Baseball And The Community
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Tuesday, August 7, 2007
As the summer slowly comes to a close with playoffs and provincial championships just around the corner, the Terriers organization would like to take this opportunity to thank the minor baseball associations in the Inter County for their support over the past year. We are very appreciative of the time and efforts of the coaches and volunteers at all levels.

Without them, through their organization, guidance and leadership, young ballplayers would have little chance to develop and excel at the next level. As a volunteer organization ourselves, we are very thankful for your time and efforts and are well aware of the fact that the Terriers would have no program without grass roots baseball. Further, the Terriers thank the many community newspapers in cities and towns such as Guelph, Brantford, Paris, Kitchener-Waterloo and Cambridge for the support of our team and its players through all the great pictures and articles. Your support and enthusiasm has been tremendous. A final, special thanks goes to Cambridge Minor Baseball for the use of Dickson and Riverside Parks and for the attendance of several Cambridge minor baseball players, coaches and parents at Terriers home games. In 2008 we will continue to invite minor teams from across the Inter County to come early to our home games (Saturdays and Sundays) for batting practice and clinics covering different aspects of the game. Coaches, visit this website after our 2008 schedule is posted to find out how to sign your team up to Hit with the Terriers! Good Luck with the rest of your summer schedules. Bring back some provincial championships to the Inter County!
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