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We are here to express our deepest appreciation for the invaluable contribution of Craig Dobkin, our Play for Peace Co-Founder.

Today we are here to express our deepest appreciation for the invaluable contribution of Craig Dobkin, our Play for Peace Co-Founder. Your unwavering dedication, exceptional leadership skills, and unparalleled vision have been instrumental in shaping the success of Play for Peace.

You have been a mentor, a confidant, and a true friend to all of us. Your guidance and support have helped us navigate the challenges and uncertainties we faced sometimes, and your steadfast belief in our abilities has fueled our motivation to succeed and spread love and peace in all over the world.

As we continue to grow and evolve, we know that we can always count on you to provide us with the guidance and leadership that we need. Your unwavering commitment to Play for Peace and our team is an inspiration to us all. We are happy to announce that Craig Dobkin, will be inducted into the Towson University Rugby Hall of Fame in early April in Towson Maryland.

Craig coached and co-founded the men's rugby team from 1975 to 1985, He also helped organize the 1978 International match between the USA and Team Canada Rugby, where the USA won their first international match. The Towson men's team went on tour in England and Wales in 1976 (where they beat Pulton and Blackpool). In 1978, they were the first USA team to play in the Soviet Union. Many teams came to Towson to play outstanding matches during Craig's 10 years at Towson. Craig sees the development of athletic play and unorthodox rugby as what led to most of Towson Rugby's success.

“We are so proud to work alongside with you and be a part of this incredible journey. Here's to many more successes to come!"

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