Monday, March 27, 2017
 
 
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The Sanctuary of Joplin hosted its first ever Cupcake-A-Thon. The fundraiser was geared towards raising money for the church's summer vacation bible school. The Cupcake-A-Thon required every member to prepare 24 cupcakes for an eating competition. To participate in the game, competitors needed to be sponsored, which is where the funds come from. In the end, the member who ate the most cupcakes won a gold prize and pride knowing they helped a good a cause. Beth Woods/The Sanctuary of Joplin Sunday School Director: "They call this their bible school. And so that's really what it's about is to make one week for our kids. Just have lots of fun and make lots of community connections." Sofiya Bezeala/Cupcake Eater: "It's really important for me because I think that we have too educate children involved with God. And it's really nice in the United States that a lot of churches do activities." Woods said due to the success of todays Cupcake-A-Thon they will have a bigger and better one again next year.   [READ MORE]
 
 
penn state baseball
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Centenary Baseball
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Geaux Nation 32617
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Sports Sunday March 26th
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The Aces look to avoid a sweep and keep their playoffs hopes alive. From hockey to hoops find out the final two teams to made the NCAA Mens Final Four, and a recap of this week’s ASAA 3A & 4A state basketball tournament.   [READ MORE]
Murray heads into stands
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Cell phone video appears to show Alaska Aces head coach Rob Murray in the stands with multiple people holding him back after a 5-2 loss at home Saturday.   [READ MORE]
Penn State hockey
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