Dragons Players and Mascot to Visit Clark County Schools this Week
Dayton, Ohio - Dayton Dragons players and one of the team's mascots, Heater, will visit two Clark County school classrooms this Thursday. The visits are part of the Dragons MVP program and members of the local media are invited to cover them.
Two Dragons players will join Heater on visits to Hustead Elementary and Possum Elementary, both in Springfield, on Thursday, May 9th. The players will introduce themselves to the students, answer questions, sign autographs and take pictures. Each student will also receive a Dragons cap and pen.
The Dragons MVP Program, a tool for teachers, uses the marketing power of Dayton Dragons Baseball as an educational tool for fourth and fifth grade teachers, helping them motivate and reward students for success in and out of the classroom. The Dayton Dragons MVP Program is made possible courtesy of Sinclair Community College, WDTN-TV and Dayton's CW Television. For more information on the Dragons MVP Program contact the Dayton Dragons or visit www.daytondragons.com.
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