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Dress The Kids Sunday Best Without Breaking The Bank

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Rolling into the month of March with Easter just weeks away and that means the girls need a new dress and the guys need a handsome new outfit as well. On Good Morning Texoma, Lisanne sat down with the folks at Goodwill to again show the surprising finds that you might not expect.

For more information on donating to Goodwill: http://goodwillnorthtexas.org/

 

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