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Removing Snow for One Billion Rising Event
Volunteers remove snow from the stands at Parkview Field for One Billion Rising Event which is set to take place on Friday, Valentineā??s Day. Video by Cathie Rowand
Published: February 12, 2014 3:00 a.m.
Raising shovels to help One Billion Rising event
Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Andrew Hoffman, left, executive director at NeighborLink Fort Wayne, Jared Parcell, middle, and Brent Harring from the TinCaps were among volunteers who helped remove snow Tuesday from Parkview Field bleachers for Friday’s One Billion Rising event. The event raises awareness to end domestic abuse.