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Community celebrates Little League

EL DORADO HILLS Town Center hosted Little League Day Saturday and the community came out in force to support young players. More than 800 kids from 66 Little League teams participated in the event, which included a parade and a visit from Dinger, the Sacramento RiverCats mascot. At right, Cole Trumbull, 9, holds Old Gory as the National Anthem is sung. Above, Jaxon Russo, 6, takes a swing.

Cole Trumbull, 9, holds Old Glory as the National Anthem is sung. Photo by William A. Scales

El Dorado Hills Town Center hosted Little League Day Saturday and the community came out in force to support young players.

More than 800 kids from 66 Little League teams participated in the event, which included a parade and a visit from Dinger, the Sacramento RiverCats mascot.

 

HEY BATTER — Jaxon Russo, 6, takes a swing during the Little League Day celebration. Photo by William A. Scales

 

 

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