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Boys and Girls Club Toy Bowl

The holiday season is all about giving.  On Tuesday you have another chance to help give needy kids a happy holiday this year!

The 57th Annual Toy Bowl continues at Memorial Stadium.  Instead of admission you can donate a new toy that will go to Operation Santa Claus.  You can bring any new toy, except for stuffed animals, and get in to see two great football games.

The American League kicks off at 6:00p.m. with the Kate Burgess Wolverines taking on the Ben Franklin Lions.  At 8:00p.m. the National League will start with the Washington Jackson Charges facing the Ben Franklin Lions.

If you don't have a toy to donate adults can get in for $4 and students can get in for $3.

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