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March 4, 2011

Baseball booster dinner

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Ada High School Baseball Booster Club conducts its annual Italian Dinner/Auction at First United Methodist Church Friday, March 4. The dinner includes spaghetti, salad, bread, dessert, and drink and costs $5. Tickets may be purchased at the door. The dinner will begin at 6 p.m. and includes a live and silent auction. There will also be a raffle for an IPad. Money raised helps to pay for travel, food, and equipment expenses for the team. A few of the items to be auctioned include three baseballs signed by Cincinnati Reds Eric Davis, Scott Rolen and Jay Bruce; a baseball carved out of granite, 1962 Willie Mays Baseball card, a set of Adirondack chairs and table, Adirondack loveset, set of OU vs. Texas tickets, $250 gift certificate toward a set of tires from Ada Alignment & Tires, $100 Savings bond, gift cards to restaurants, car wash, gas cards, tanning salons and photography settings, lots of gift baskets with everything from make-up to chocolates. For information or to donate an item, phone Stephanie Boone 332-0419. Pictured front row from left are Ada High School seniors Ryan Kinder and Tanner Dyer; and back row, Luke Saunders, Cale Russell, Drew Elliott and Caleb Balch.

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