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February 4, 2007

Albany - - Many of you spent Sunday night socializing with family or friends while watching the game on the big screen. 

One of many Super Bowl parties took place Sunday night at the American Legion. The event was full of food, fun, and cheer.

The party came with a $15.00 price tag, but proceeds will help children in the American Legion's Varsity and Junior Varsity baseball teams.  

"Playing baseball help keep them off the streets. The American Legion has been supporting baseball for eons, for a long time and we hope to support it for a long time to come," says Post 512 Commander Donald Randle.

Athletes in the group's baseball teams usually come from underprivileged homes and may not be able to afford to play on other teams in the area.

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