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Family Event to Help Local Boy Scouts Go To Summer Camp

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On Good Morning Texoma, we're talking fun for the entire family for a good cause.  An event coming up on May 10, 2014 will help raise money for local Boy Scouts, who cannot afford to go to summer camp. Local businesses have joined in and they hope you'll be part of the fun for a good cause.

May 10, 2014
11am - 3pm
Parkway Village Shopping Center
1717 Texoma Parkway, Sherman
Food, drinks, music, bounce house, face painting, balloons, blood drive, cars, motorcycles, local business venders and lots more.

Free admission, donations accepted at the event and at
First Texoma National Bank
2626 N. Loy Lake Rd.
3425 N. FM 1417, Sherman
For information call 903-421-4119
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