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Oct. 10, 2004
Ron 24
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Ken Maas

Our Cruisers team from Michigan would like to express our thoughts for Ken and his family. We like to think of Ken as the "Godfather of Senior Softball". He was the one who started Senior Softball and helped develop it to the level that it is today. He liked clean and fair play and did not like it when teams played down only to win. I served on his committees back in the 80's when his dream of helping seniors began. I know his goal was to find a avenue to help people like us to have fun and enjoy life.
We will miss you Ken.
Ron Hellier
Mgr. Cruisers Softball Club
July 27, 2004
Ron 24
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Dorchester International Seniors Tourn

Our team has been going to the Dorchester Tournament for many years and think it is one of the best we play in. Very well organized and the playing fields are better each year. They use ASA rules and it is a SPA qualifier for the Canadian teams. You won't go wrong playing in this tournament. Contact person is John Lidster, 519-690-2685
Feb. 4, 2004
Ron 24
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Ready to Play

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