Help Hurricane Victims Playing Pinball

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Nobody could be unaware of the devastation left by hurricane Katrina on the American states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, but the relief effort is being helped thanks to the work of some pinball fans.
The Free State Pinball Association (FSPA) is holding a fundraising event in association with the Volleyball House on Saturday 24th September in Elkridge, Maryland - 15 minutes from downtown Baltimore. It's a mixture of pinball and volleyball with all the proceeds from the event going to the Salvation Army. In addition, local businesses will match a proportion of the money raised to help the rescue efforts.
There will be a number of games on 50c play and also a tournament with A and B divisions and some great prizes for the winners. Games scheduled to appear include World Cup Soccer, Demolition Man, Theatre of Magic, The Shadow, Baywatch, Monopoly, The Simpsons Pinball Party, The Sopranos, Maverick, No Good Gophers, NASCAR, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Maverick, Road Show, Dr Who, Monster Bash along with classic games Seawitch, Hi Speed, Spectrum, Special Force and Asteroid Annie.
Entry to the event is $6 ($5 for students/kids/military/seniors) which includes free access to the six volleyball courts and entry to the games area. The tournament costs $3 per entry with qualifying taking place between noon and 8pm and the play-offs starting at 8:30pm. The event closes at midnight.
Further details of the fundraiser along with special deals on accommodation can be found on the FSPA website at: www.fspazone.org/charity/index.html

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