Wounded warriors coach softball to children with similar challenges

WASHINGTON — It’s a kids’ softball camp where the coaches are wounded warriors and the children face similar challenges. But this camp is about so much more than just softball.

This is the fifth year the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team has held a softball camp for children ages 8 to 12 who are amputees. This year, 20 kids from across the country attended the weeklong camp at George Mason University in Fairfax.

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Len Anderson: A work in progress

Leonard Anderson is no stranger to Chester County. The retired tech sergeant came back home to Chester County this week to play against some of the teammates he knew when he was a member of the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team (WWAST). Anderson was the recipient of a Quilt of Valor during the WWAST banquet held on the night before the doubleheader game pitting the WWAST against two homegrown teams. Anderson played on both of those home teams, pitting his ball playing skills against some of his old WWAST teammates.

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Thank you for giving my daughter something that I could have never given her. …when she told me that she “HAD the best week of her life” I was a…
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