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“Cover the Court with Teddy Bears” to brighten lives at Children’s Hospital

FPS staff report

In the spirit of giving, Carrollton High School will be collecting new teddy bears or new stuffed animals at the Dec. 14 boys basketball game against West Branch.

The stuffed animals will be donated to the Akron Children’s Hospital.

Before the start of the varsity game, an announcement will be made and everyone who has a stuffed animal will toss it onto the court at the same time, covering the court with stuffed animals.

The animals will be gathered up by the basketball teams and then taken to the hospital.


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