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Kennebec Journal/Morning Sentinel: Red Claws taking a quieter approach with Saturday’s promotion

By February 8, 2019 March 28th, 2019 News, News-Events, Uncategorized

When the Claws host the Raptors 905 on Saturday night at the Portland Expo, the public address volume will be reduced. Flashing lights and other hoopla surrounding the game will be limited. The players will wear theme jerseys featuring the puzzle piece, the prime symbol for autism.

The sensory-reduced environment will include a quiet room open to all fans. Proceeds from a 50/50 raffle will benefit Spurwink Services.