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Marty Delaney and his team had an event with the Maryland School for the Blind, with kids that need attention and can benefit from exposure to lacrosse. Marty’s vision is to bring innovation with balls and equipment to get the visually challenged closer to the game through sound.
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Gwena Herman runs a sports program known as the Bennett Blazers for children living with physical disabilities. The Blazers are a part of the Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Physically Challenged Sports Program, which provides year-round, competitive, and recreational activities to those in the greater Baltimore area. The Blazers offer a multitude of sports including ice skating, swimming, football, volleyball, and, of course, lacrosse!
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Breaking Barriers Lacrosse pride themselves on being adaptive and breaking down the game of lacrosse into the most basic components to facilitate learning. They provide a customized program to each of their campers highlighting their abilities and focusing on areas that require improvement.

Because their campers do not wear any kind of padding or protection from the traditional hard rubber lacrosse balls, Swax Lax balls are ideal in helping their campers experience the real feel of lacrosse balls without the uncontrolled bounce. 

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