Detroit City Chess Club is continuing to do good works under the leadership of Kevin Fite. The Detroit Institute of Arts is host to the thriving chess community comprised primarily of Elementary School players. Sherman Redden Jr., one of the top scholastic players in the Detroit area, tells how his father made him take up chess after he teased his chess-playing sister for being a “nerd.” Walter Shoulders, a DCCC Board Chairman, gives an overview of the initiative.
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