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Climax Media BBQ 2013

Climax Media BBQ 2013

Published on Sep. 6, 2013 by

Not only do we organize an annual BBQ party for the company, many team members prepare fun games and activities for this special occasion in the park

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What better than to enjoy a company BBQ on a beautiful day in one of the sub-urbs of Toronto.

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Climax Media organized the annual BBQ at a lovely park in the Malton area near the Pearson International Airport.

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The food menu included delicious Shish Kebabs, veggie burgers, sausages, chicken wings, Korea Kalbi and melon slices for dessert.

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My colleagues organized a fun game after the lunch party. They named it Wizard-Scrabble, the teams race against each other to collect as many letters while trying to scrabble as many words as possible within the given time limit.

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After announcing the winners we played another game called Kickball.

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Kickball is a playground game and league game, similar to baseball, invented in the United States in the first half of the 20th century.

It is similar to baseball where players kick the ball to bat it instead of using bats, making it more accessible to young children.

As in baseball, teams alternate innings with one team attempting to score by having its players circle the bases and the other team in the outfield working to stop runs from being scored.

Players on the batting team kick an inflated rubber ball to advance players around the bases and thus score runs. The team with the most runs after a predefined number of innings wins.