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Bobcats embrace Not In Our Town anti-bullying effort

September 19, 2012
Times-Republican
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The Marshalltown Bobcats football team will feature the Not In Our Town anti-bullying logo on their helmets Friday in support of the local bullying prevention project. Shown Tuesday morning are Marshalltown High School Football Coach Dave Holdiman; Blake Gimbel, quarterback for the Bobcats; Paul Gregoire, of Fisher Controls/Emerson and Marshalltown High School Athletic Director Tim Bell. Gregoire, on behalf of Fisher Controls/Emerson presented the stickers to coordinate with the “orange out” scheduled for Friday’s game. Marshalltown residents are asked to wear orange to show support for the anti-bullying movement at the 7 p.m. Bobcats game at Leonard Cole Field. Fisher also funded Not In Our Town T-shirts for a special performance by the Marshalltown High School Marching Band, and hundreds of Not In Our Town posters that will be distributed at halftime.
 
 

 

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