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Jail and Bail fundraiser set for Tuesday

By: Staff Report
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Six well-known community members will be jail Tuesday, sort of.
Community Recovery Resource’s (CoRR) Jail and Bail raises funds to support services for children, individuals and families. Community leaders will volunteer as bailees and be placed in CoRR’s virtual jail on trumped-up charges. They will then plead for bail in the form of donations during                  KAHI Radio Station’s show from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday. 
In the “jail” will be six Placer County volunteer bailees along with show host Casey Freelove. The volunteers are Chief John Ruffcorn, Chief Doug Lee, Sue Dossa, Teena Wilkins, Jo Barragan and Yavonne Pratt. To help bail them out, call 530-885-5636.
View the “wanted posters” on CoRR’s website at corr.us/bailees through May 1. All donations are fully tax-deductible and will go directly to Community Recovery Resources.
KAHI has also donated A’s tickets as prizes for donors. The highest donation wins four tickets to the A’s/Giants game on July 20, all other donors will be placed in a drawing for two sets of four A’s vouchers.