COPPERAS COVE — Temperatures soared up near 90 degrees Saturday, but that did not deter the Rabbit Fest royalty from spreading information about the prevention of child abuse.

Working outside the drive-thru line at the Copperas Cove McDonald’s, the titleholders ranging in age from 4 to 20 greeted customers, offering a card with signs of child abuse, hotline numbers to call if child abuse is suspected and how to volunteer to speak out on behalf of abused children in court proceedings through the Bell/Coryell Court Appointed Special Advocate program.

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