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Volunteers needed for 2015 Invitational World Series

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

Hattiesburg Dixie Youth Baseball will be hosting its 2015 Invitational World Series later this month, and is asking the community for  help.

The organization needs volunteers to help in areas such as gate workers, hospitality areas, field helpers and traffic control during the world series event which will be held later in the month of July.
The event starts with an opening ceremony at the Hattiesburg Zoo on July 23.

The Invitational world series will be held at the Larry Doleac Youth Sports Complex located at 84 Parkway Blvd.

 "Anybody can come out and help us we need you to either call me and most people know how to call me, or send us an email to director@hdyb.net," said Larry Doleac president, Hattiesburg Youth Baseball. "We're looking for a really big crowd so we need 60 to 70 volunteers again if you're interested we'd love to have your help just contact us and we'll put you to work."

Volunteer meetings will be held each Monday from 6 to 7pm at the pressbox at the Larry Doleac Youth Sports Complex up until the World Series.

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