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‘If you can dodge a wrench you can dodge a ball’; hundreds of OKC kids get involved in fundraising

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City K-Life will hold its 10th annual K-Life Dodgeball Tournament Friday, April 6th in the Heritage Hall school gymnasium from 6-10 p.m.

Middle school and high school kids from all over Oklahoma City and Edmond team up against each other in a double elimination tournament for bragging rights in each age bracket. Teams will have eight – eleven members comprised of either boys or girls.

Tournaments in the past have included participation from more than 450 students. The event serves as OKC K-Life’s primary fundraiser for the year.

Oklahoma City K-Life is a community wide interdenominational Christian youth ministry. K-Life seeks to influence students in our community for Jesus Christ through one to many, one to few, and one to one relationships. K-Life hosts “club,” weekly meetings with games, skits, worship, and a relevant talk from the bible.

The staff equips college students and young professional leaders to spend time fostering relationships in small group bible studies and walk with students to become fully devoted followers of Christ.

K-Life is funded through the generosity of families and businesses in the local community.