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T.H.O.R. Helps Faith Refuge

Texoma's Hellacious Obstacle Run or T.H.O.R. gave Faith Refuge a $10,500 check.

T.H.O.R. is proud to be able to help identify a worthy need in the community and help the faith refuge build a playground. An estimated 900 runners that participated in the event on March 31, 2012.

"We knew they were going to be taking care of a lot of our children and women. We wanted as a group to contribute to that cause and help them with their playground," said T.H.O.R. Treasurer Kolter Lukpert.

"We are proud that we can make a difference in the community," said T.H.O.R. Chairman Clayton Hein. "It took a lot of work by a lot of great people to create such a successful event."

T.H.O.R. hopes to have the same impact with next year's event, scheduled for April 6-7, 2013, Hein said.

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