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Special Valentine's Bake Sale Supports Team Christine

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  Original Published: 2/13/2013

A special Valentine's Bake Sale is being held until 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Bellville Neighborhood Center at 84 Main Street.

All proceeds benefit The American Cancer Society on behalf of the Team Christine Relay for Life 2013, according to bake sale co-organizer Barbara Peiker.

Baked goods, gift baskets, Avon products and other items have been donated by members of St. Paul Lutheran Church, the TLC Group, and residents of both Bellville and Mansfield.

Peiker says Team Christine honors Christine Ball, a Bellville woman who died several years ago of breast cancer.

This is the first of several events planned by Team Christine in support of the Relay for Life of Richland County coming up in June.

   
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