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Children admitted free to next Canes game
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The Hinesville Hurricanes semi-professional football team will dedicate their next home game, scheduled for April 13, to Child Abuse Awareness month by admitting all children to the game for free.
The Hurricanes will face the Georgia Knights at 4 p.m. at Long Bell Stadium.
The Hurricanes recently  donated their time at local schools, reading books to elementary students. The team has also raised awareness on victims of abuse in the past and held a charity game in Brunswick back in 2007 in honor of Christopher Michael Barrios, a child who was killed by his parents.
With the recent death Andraia Boles, allegedly by child abuse, the ‘Canes wish to honor and remember all the victims of child abuse.
Head coach James Sharp said he changed the game to 4 p.m. to make it early enough for families to attend. He said the team also is seeking sponsors and donations to provide for the children.
For more information, call Sharp at 912-269-0830.

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