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June 9, 2009 at 1:27 PM

Coaching Little League

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My neighbor Geoff Clark, 31, was one of the assistant coaches at Little League. He didn’t miss a single game or training session. His flexible work schedule at Microsoft allowed him to leave early on game and training days and catch up with work at night after his kids went to bed. Geoff says the best thing kids take away from T-ball is the friendship and enjoyment in playing the game. “It’s about having fun. It’s not competitive. There’s a lot of times to be competitive in life.”

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