Big Brothers, Big Sisters Attend Legends Game

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Updated: 8/10/2012 11:27 pm

Volunteers and kids from the Big Brothers, Big Sisters Organization enjoyed the Lexington Legends in action tonight.

It was part of Home Runs for Hope, sponsored by Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing (FHTM).

At Whitaker Bank Ballpark, the Big Brothers, Big Sisters enjoyed the game, free food and a firework show.

Organizers say events like tonight are opportunities for each child to spend time with their big brother or sister, who is a mentor and a role model.

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Brittney - 8/11/2012 6:54 AM
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Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing (FHTM) was truly honored to be a part of this great night of baseball with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass. Thank you to the Lexington Legends for hosting the FHTM Home Runs for Hope event for the second year running. FHTM looks forward to working with the BBBS of the Bluegrass and many other great organizations for years to come. We hope that everyone enjoyed the game! If you'd like to learn more about FHTM, please visit www.FHTM.com.
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