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Midstate Man Raises Money to Help Those with Cerebral Palsy

By Mark Hall

Billy Kaldes started raising money for the United Cerebral Palsy of Central Pennsylvania 29 years ago after his daughter was diagnosed with CP.

Kaldes holds a sports memorabilia auction every year, and on Tuesday evening, he held a kickoff event at Underdog Sports Bar in Harrisburg that raised more than $1,000. All the money will go directly to the UCP of Central Pennsylvania to help people of all ages and all disabilities throughout the region.

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