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Generosity Shines with Battle Raffle Donations

Battle of the Badges is more than just fun bouts of boxing that pits officer against officer or firefighter against firefighter. This first-time outing is about raising awareness and money for the fight against autism. In addition to five different matches, Battle of the Badges also features a silent auction and some pretty great bucket […]

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Battle of the Badges Aims to Punch Out Autism

Several officers and fire fighters are ready to hit the ring Oct. 11 for a Battle of the Badges fundraiser for autism services through Easter Seals Disability Services. Organized by Mount Pleasant police Officer James Kelley, Jr., who’s youngest son has autism, the five-round boxing event came together because of friendly trash talk between Kelley […]