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WF Boys & Girls Clubs Celebrate 59 Years

Happy Birthday Tuesday to the Wichita Falls Boys and Girls Club.
Tonight the clubs held their annual banquet to celebrate their 59th year of service to Wichita Falls. In that time thousands and thousands of children have benefited from the care and services the club offers, and it's only getting better.
"We have youth the year our youth volunteers of the year..we have our board of director government representatives all a cross section of the community celebrating our young people and their accomplishments," said Randy Cooper with the Wichita Falls Boys and Girls Clubs.
The banquet was at the Howard Johnson's just across the street from the Central Boys and Girls Club location.

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