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The '''Rickards Invitational''' is an invitational hosted by [[James S. Rickards High School]] in Tallahassee, [[Florida]]. It began in the [[2021]] season, in which the tournament noted that all funds raised will be donated to COVID relief programs for underprivileged populations in Florida.
 
The '''Rickards Invitational''' is an invitational hosted by [[James S. Rickards High School]] in Tallahassee, [[Florida]]. It began in the [[2021]] season, in which the tournament noted that all funds raised will be donated to COVID relief programs for underprivileged populations in Florida.

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Rickards Invitational
General Information
Map
Rickards Invitational is located in Florida
Rickards Invitational
2021 FormatCombination between satellite and mini
Year started2021
B teams
0 registered / no limit
C teams
77 registered / no limit
DivisionB/C
Date11/28/21
Social Media
Scilympiadscilympiad.com/rickards

The Rickards Invitational is an invitational hosted by James S. Rickards High School in Tallahassee, Florida. It began in the 2021 season, in which the tournament noted that all funds raised will be donated to COVID relief programs for underprivileged populations in Florida.

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