Dozens play softball to support the March of Dimes

Posted at: 05/18/2013 9:16 PM

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Dozens of people were at Cobbs Hill Park Saturday playing softball to honor two twins who were taken from us too soon.

It's the second annual Caiden and Kaylie Softball Tournament.

All the money raised goes to the March of Dimes and is dedicated to the twins who passed away after being born premature.

The event is organized by Caiden and Kaylie's parents. They say they just want to do something to help other kids.

“Our main goal is to try and stop premature child birth. The complications that arise. Some kids don't make it, others do and they are faced with life long complications. To bring the number of premature births down in the U.S. means a lot,” said Christopher Hayes.

The March for Babies is Sunday morning at Ontario Beach Park. News10NBC's Nikki Rudd will be there to emcee the event.


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