It was Wednesday night, Aug. 29, and the Arvada Young Professionals were looking for a victory. They had challenged a team of other Arvada Chamber members to a kickball game for the fall quarterly …
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It was Wednesday night, Aug. 29, and the Arvada Young Professionals were looking for a victory. They had challenged a team of other Arvada Chamber members to a kickball game for the fall quarterly social.
The kickball concept had been on the groups radar for a couple years now and AYP social committee chair Megan Thompson was excited it was finally happening.
“I think it's an interactive way to connect and competition is always fun,” she said.
The friendly competition was a way for the Young Professionals — a group in the chamber that consists of professionals under the age of 40 — to connect with other chamber members.
But a victory was not in the cards for the young professionals that night. After six innings of play, the Seasoned Professionals team edged them out for a win.
Thompson said she hopes this game becomes a tradition.
“It's just a great way to bring people together and have a good time,” she said.
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