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Seminole Softball Tournament To Benefit Slain Deputies

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The benefit softball tournament is set for Saturday in honor of Chase Whitebird and Marvin Williams. The benefit softball tournament is set for Saturday in honor of Chase Whitebird and Marvin Williams.

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SEMINOLE, OK -- A fundraiser is set in Seminole to benefit the families of two Seminole County Sheriff's deputies killed in the line of duty.

Seminole is about an hour and 45 minutes southwest of Tulsa.

The benefit softball tournament is set for Saturday in honor of Chase Whitebird and Marvin Williams.  The deputies were killed last month while serving an arrest warrant. 

08/12/2009  Related Story: Families Of Slain Seminole Co. Deputies Helped By Foundation

Games will start at 8 a.m. on Saturday at Seminole Softball Complex.  All of the proceeds from entry fees and concessions will go to the deputies' families.  

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