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West Michigan Hawks visit Cedar View

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On Tuesday, March 14, the West Michigan Hawks received the tremendous opportunity to give back to their community by hanging out with the children of Cedar View Elementary. Plenty of high fives and smiles were exchanged, as well as story time, where the Hawks read to the students.

“We had such a great time coming into Cedar View and reading to the 4th and 5th graders,” said head coach/owner David Lange. “I know that the guys had just as much fun if not more than the kids. Interacting with the community is a really big deal to the Hawks organization, and we truly enjoy the opportunity to do so. Without the support of the community, none of what we do is possible. Therefore, we happily accept each opportunity we get to do so.”

This is not the first time the team has been seen out and about in the Cedar Springs area. Last year, they hosted community cleanup projects, and have also been seen at Meijer helping pay for groceries.

The Hawks will be on the field again soon, as well. Their first game of the pre-season is on April 30, at Skinner Field, when they host the Highland Park Polar Bears.

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