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CHS students to hold Bingo for Babies fundraiser

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CARTERVILLE -- A group of students from Carterville high school has put together a game of bingo to help the March of Dimes.

The Future Business Leaders of America group is behind the event. 

Bingo for Babies is happening Saturday, November 10 at the Carterville High School cafeteria at 6:30 p.m.

The event is free but food and drinks will be for sale.

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