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Crowd must think fast for fundraiser

Posted: February 6, 2014 at 6:22 a.m.

Elena Terrell, left, and Tammy Fowler, both employees with Youth Bridge, look at a room inside the Bell House during a tour of the refurbished home at the Youth Bridge site in Fayetteville. Bell House is part of the Transitional Living Program.

Youth Bridge has added a game show element to its annual It’s a Wonderful Life Roast Toast and Gala fundraiser.

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