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Concessions for Adair Co. Little League Basketball

From Daniel Hedges
Adair County Little League Basketball Director

Due to concerns brought to my attention, we will not sell any chocolate candy at games due to nut allergies. I ask that nobody bring any item that is chocolate candy or nuts. We will sell pizza, cokes, Gatorade, water, chips, and Skittles. This is being done to protect children and the ever-increasing prevalence of nut allergies among small youth.

We also request that if your child is sick, please stay home. We do not need to know the nature of the illness, but please stay home if your child is suffering from any kind of illness.

This story was posted on 2023-11-01 17:14:13
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