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Basketball game supports Special Olympics

6:41 PM, Apr. 4, 2014
Marshfield Area Special Olympians won a hard-fought fundraiser basketball game against the Marshfield Police Department.
Marshfield Area Special Olympians won a hard-fought fundraiser basketball game against the Marshfield Police Department.
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The Marshfield Police Department played the Marshfield Area Special Olympians in a basketball game March 21 at Marshfield High School Fieldhouse. The game was to help raise money for Marshfield Area Special Olympics.

The night started with Dustin Apfel singing the national anthem and saying the Special Olympic oath. Thank you to Bob Hollie from Real Music II for doing the announcing on the night. Bob did a great job trying to help the police department because on couple of occasions when officers made mistakes, he went into the audience and replaced the officer in the game with their wives.

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