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09/15/2016 The Dodger - St. Michael's Young Leaders' 8th Annual Charity Dodgeball Tournament Downtown

St. Michael's Hospital is back again this year hosting its largest edition of ‘The Dodger' yet. The dodgeball tournament, which has raised over $700,000 in the last seven years, brings over 800 players/spectators from all over the city to raise awareness and funds for the Inner City Health program at St. Michael's Hospital. Over 45 teams (from company-sponsored groups to friends just getting together) compete tournament-style all night to claim the top prize. Drinks, food, live music and raffles enliven this end-of-summer night dedicated to a truly great cause. The Dodger is put on by a group of young professionals in Toronto who call themselves the ‘St. Michael's Young Leaders' (SMYL) and represents their largest annual event.

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