Bob Hagh of Cary practices flipping pencils into cups as a “Minute to Win It” game. He helped create the 24-Hour Game Show Marathon that is streamed live online and raises money for charity.
Bob Hagh of Cary practices flipping pencils into cups as a “Minute to Win It” game. He helped create the 24-Hour Game Show Marathon that is streamed live online and raises money for charity. snagem@newsobserver.com
Bob Hagh of Cary practices flipping pencils into cups as a “Minute to Win It” game. He helped create the 24-Hour Game Show Marathon that is streamed live online and raises money for charity. snagem@newsobserver.com

Cary man channels love of game shows to raise money for charity

May 15, 2014 04:32 PM

UPDATED February 15, 2015 11:20 AM

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