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Mayor, State Senator to battle to raise money to prevent child abuse

In an effort to raise money to prevent child abuse, electricians at The University of Toledo and Yell & Tell founder Pamela Crabtree are sponsoring the third annual bowling tournament Saturday, May 8, at noon at Interstate Lanes, 819 Lime City Road, Rossford.

State Sen. Teresa Fedor and Toledo Mayor Mike Bell will compete in a rematch of last year’s bowling battle, and UT Electrician George Hayes will emcee the event.

Pamela Crabtree founded the nonprofit organization Yell & Tell: Stop Child Abuse Now Inc. in 2003 to reduce child abuse by giving children, caregivers and the community tools to prevent and recognize child abuse.

The tournament is open to all and costs $12 per person.

Participants can register at the bowling alley, at the organization’s website at www.yelltell.org or by e-mailing yelltell@accesstoledo.com.

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