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Battle of the Badges Softball Tournament

Post Date:October 20, 2017
Public safety first-responders will join forces to raise funds for children in crisis during the 15th annual Battle of the Badges Softball Tournament, benefitting Children’s Advocacy Center of Denton County.

The tournament will be held Saturday, Oct. 21, starting at 8 a.m., at Lone Star Toyota of Lewisville Railroad Park softball complex. This free, family-friendly event, is organized by the Lewisville Police Academy Alumni Association.

The event started as a single game between LFD and LPD but has grown to include other departments throughout North Texas. Family activities are a large draw and will include a bounce house, clowns, crafts, face-painting and a silent auction. Hot dogs and other refreshments will be available for purchase.

CACDC is a non-profit agency that serves child victims of sexual or very serious physical abuse after a report has been made to Child Protective Services or law enforcement.

For more information about Battle of the Badge, or to be a donor to the event, visit LCPAAA.org or call Heather Goodwin at 214.563.7413.