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James Alexander, 71, (left) and Ray Shelker, 61, both of Copley, look at the new Community Emergency Response Team vest in the Copley Township community center on Thursday. (Mike Cardew/Akron Beacon Journal)
Copley police chief Michael Mier (left) and Copley firefighter Jeff Varga and police Sgt. Jack Simone (far right) flank 12 of the 25 members of Copley Community Emergency Respnse Team. (Mike Cardew/Akron Beacon Journal)
MANTUA: As the pot for the Queen of Hearts game eclipsed $1 million, fortune seekers began driving to Garrettsville with increasing regularity. Each week, they flooded SkyLane Bowling, exchanging fistfuls of cash for strings of raffle tickets.