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CHS vs. L-E contests highlight Saturday, March 24 Dogfest
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DogFest, a celebration of being a Camden Bulldog, will be held on Saturday, March 24 at the Camden High School baseball/softball complex. 
This year’s event, sponsored by the May Plant Credit Union, is planned to offer fun for all ages. The day will feature baseball and softball games between Camden and rival Lugoff-Elgin. The varsity softball game will begin at 11 a.m. with the junior varsity softball scheduled for 1 p.m.  The varsity baseball game will begin at noon, followed by the junior varsity contest at 3 p.m.
In addition to the games, Ronnie’s Ribs and BBQ will have sandwiches and barbecue plates for sale. The Camden Bulldog mascot “Buster” will be in attendance and anyone can have their picture made with “Buster.”
Another highlight of DogFest will be a “Diamond in the Rough” search between the varsity and junior varsity baseball games. The purchase of a Relay for Life paper cupcake for $1 buys admission onto the field to search for the “Diamond in the Rough.” The winner of this event receives a gift certificate from Todd and Moore Sports. A new feature this year will be “Diamond Bingo” played during the varsity baseball and softball games. The two winners of Diamond Bingo will receive gift certificates from Todd and Moore Sports. 
Other activities include two inflatable fun houses and games between innings. The Relay for Life team will offer face painting and will sell cupcakes to promote “Cupcakes for A Cure” and bottles of “Life is Bubble-icious” as part of their Relay for Life fundraising campaign.
Admission to the games and the festivities is $5.