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YMCA Starts Partners In Youth Fund Raising Campaign

The YMCA in Wichita Falls kicked off it's Partners in Youth Fund Raising campaign Tuesday.

More than 100 people, including Newschannel 6 Chris Horgen & Brittany Glas, were at The Forum to get this year's fund raising started.

 Kansas City Royals pitching coach Steve Foster was the keynote speaker. He shared with the crowd how big a role the YMCA played in his life as a child. Partners in Youth helps insure that no child is turned away from YMCA programs because they cannot pay.

If you would like to contribute to Partners in Youth Program contact the Central Branch YMCA at 940-761-1000.

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