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April 3, 2013

‘42’ premiere tickets sold out

ANDERSON, Ind. — Tickets to the April 11 advance showing of “42: The True Story of an American Legend” at Mounds 10 Theatre have been sold out.

A $50 donation to Special Olympics was suggested for each ticket. Contributions via check or cash to Special Olympics, in honor of Dodgers pitching legend and Special Olympics advocate Carl Erskine, can still be made at any of the following sponsor locations in Anderson:

  • Community Hospital Anderson gift shop, 1515 N. Madison Ave.
  • The Herald Bulletin, 1133 Jackson St.
  • Myers Autoworld, 2603 Broadway
  • STAR Financial Bank’s main office, 735 Main St.

Other sponsors of April 11’s advance showing of “42” include Mounds Mall, Prairie Farms Dairy and Texas Roadhouse.

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