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DODGERS DREAM FOUNDATION AND LA84 FOUNDATION WILL DEDICATE TWO NEW DODGERS DREAMFIELDS TOMORROW
 
WHAT:          The Dodgers Dream Foundation, in partnership with the LA84 Foundation and the County of Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation, will dedicate two new Dodgers Dreamfields at Athens Park tomorrow.
 
WHO:             Howard Sunkin, Senior Vice President, Los Angeles Dodgers
Mark Ridley-Thomas, Los Angeles County Supervisor, Second District
Patrick Escobar, Vice President, Grants & Programs, LA84 Foundation
Russ Guiney, Director, County of Los Angeles, Department of Parks and Recreation
Dodger Alumni Bobby Castillo, “Sweet” Lou Johnson and Wes Parker
Current Dodgers
PRIME TICKET Dodgers broadcaster Steve Lyons
 
WHEN:          Tomorrow, Saturday, April 28
                        12:00 p.m.
WHERE:       Dodgers Dreamfields at Athens Park
                        12603 South Broadway Ave., Los Angeles,  90061
MISC:            The two Dreamfields at Athens Park are the fifth and sixth dedications of 2012 following Normandie Recreation Center (February 8), Harbor City Recreation Center (March 24), a Dodgers Dreamfield in memory of Christina Taylor-Green in Oro Valley, Arizona (March 30) and Lennox Park (April 26). In 2011, new Dreamfields were dedicated at Northridge Recreation Center (February 15), Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center (April 2), Pecan Recreation Center (May 14), Lemon Grove Recreation Center (June 11), Pan Pacific Park (July 21), Valley Plaza Park (August 13), Mona Park (November 14), two at Ritchie Valens Recreation Center (November 19) and Toberman Recreation Center (December 19).
 
 
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Dodgers Dreamfields, 2003-2012
1)      Bishop Canyon Recreation Center
2)      Cheviot Hills Park
3)      Montecito Recreation Center
4)      Algin Sutton Recreation Center
5)      Wrigley Field
6)      Seoul International Park
7)      Evergreen Recreation Center
8)      Culver Marina Little League
9)      Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club
10)  Northridge Recreation Center
11)  Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center
12)  Pecan Recreation Center
13)  Lemon Grove Recreation Center
14)  Pan Pacific Park
15)  Valley Plaza Park
16)  Mona Park
17)  Ritchie Valens Recreation Center, Dodgers Dreamfield one
18)  Ritchie Valens Recreation Center, Dodgers Dreamfield two
19)  Toberman Recreation Center
20)  Normandie Recreation Center
21)  Dodgers Dreamfield in memory of Christina-Taylor Green, Oro Valley, Arizona
22)  Harbor City Recreation Center
23)  Lennox Park
24)  Athens Park, Dodgers Dreamfield one
25)  Athens Park, Dodgers Dreamfield two
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