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Gloryfest This Weekend

Christ Academy is hosting Gloryfest May 12, 2012 1:00p.m. to 9:00 p.m.  The Christian concert and carnival is $10 for adults and 17 and younger are free.  You can also get $15 all-access game wristbands.

There will be local bands such as Epic Rescue, Calling Jonah and Big Nick from Dallas, a Christian rapper.  Plus, the stomp group called MOTION.  There will also be games for all ages! Giant inflatable obstacle course, inflatable bull riding, smaller children inflatable bounce house. 

Traditional carnival games and your traditional Carnival food too!  It wouldn't be a carnival without Funnel Cakes!

You can register for the volleyball tournament online at www.chirstacademywf.org.

Gloryfest will generate funds for the school's operational budget and also to create goodwill for the community.

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