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Raytown Girls Softball League to present a check from the Annual Ann Harrison Tournament

Monday, July 18, 2011, Craig Hill, National Director for training and education forthe National Center for Missing and Exploited Children will be at closing ceremonies for the Raytown Girls Softball League at 7 pm. Hill is in town teaching police chiefs, officers, sheriffs, prosecutors and others about procedures when a possible abduction occurs. Bob and Jenelle Harrison, Ann Harrison’s parents will be present to accept the check for over $5,000 raised at the Raytown Girls Softball League’s 23rd Annual Ann Harrison Tournament for charity.

Ann was a member of the Raytown Girls Softball league prior to her abduction and murder from her bus stop. Her story remains in the news today. The Missouri Supreme Court ruled against her killers earlier this summer. Michael Taylor and Roderick Nunley’s 1991 death sentence has been upheld, 20 years later.

Raytown Girls Softball League has donated over $100K over the years to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

The ceremony is at Little Blue Trace (LBT), the Raytown Girls Softball Complex in Raytown, MO. Located next to the Little Blue River just off westbound Missouri 350 Highway (Blue Parkway) east of Noland Road.

Angela Cook
Raytown Girls Softball League

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