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First Children Services Spaghetti Bowl Announced
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Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 7/25/2014

The first Richland County Children Services Spaghetti Bowl will be played Halloween night between the Mansfield Senior and Madison high school football teams at StarTek Stadium at Ram Field. Prior to the biggest rivalry in North-Central Ohio, a spaghetti dinner for charity will be held October 27th at six pm in Senior High's cafeteria. Plans for the fund-raiser were announced during a news conference Friday morning. The winning team's charity will receive 75% of the proceeds from the dinner, with the losing team's charity receiving 25%. Madison is playing for the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption through Wendy's restaurants. Mansfield Senior is playing for the United Way. Tickets for the Spaghetti Bowl dinner go on sale August 25th at the United Way office, and at Wendy's in Madison Township and on Lexington Avenue in Mansfield. You can also buy them at the door. They're $7, and free for children six and under.

   
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