Dutchland Derby Rollers

Formed in 2006, the Dutchland Derby Rollers are a do-it-yourself flat track roller derby league, born as just an idea from a group of gals who love to don eight wheels and skate. We dedicate ourselves to athleticism and community involvement while delivering a strong, positive female image to South Central Pennsylvania.

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Dutchland made the news online and elsewhere this year, as our skaters and the sport gained more publicity.

For The Love Of Four Wheels: Biroller Disorder From Dutchland Rollers Is Ready To See Roller Derby Recognized As A Sport

September 30, 2010

by Emileigh Clare — YorkBlog

Roller derby has come a long way from the scripted action of yore. Biroller Disorder, a referee from Lancaster's premiere all-women's roller derby league, the Dutchland Rollers,is working to bring more attention to roller derby as a sport.

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Roll With It

September 1, 2009

Lancaster Fine Living

For many people, a sense of nostalgia is evoked with images of a WWF-esque, theatrical sport from the 1970s. Forothers, it’s visions of burly, tattooed, and dyed women in fishnets and knee socks gunning for each other. For me, and for many other people intimately connected to roller derby, it evokes a sense of camaraderie, sportsmanship, responsibility, and time commitment. And I mustn’t forget tons of fun!

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Making a Case for Comfort

March 30, 2009

by Claudia W. Esbenshade — Intelligencer Journal

Just a little color can brighten any day, according to Cindy Kerr, frontperson of the ConKerr Cancer initiative. ConKerr Cancer's goal: to sew cheery pillowcases for sick children, one for every seriously ill child in North America by 2012, according to Kerr.

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