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Wildcats At Work With Christmas In Action

The Wichita Falls Wildcats were working to bring the spirit of Christmas this summer to a man in need.

The hockey team's members were out on the 2000 block of Ninth st. Monday where they helped to paint and repair a mentally disabled man's home who Christmas In Action Director Cassy Ahearn said is an unable to speak.

Wildcat Hockey Team member Patrick Yudez said, "We're just out here giving back to the community. This is our first day back and just a lot of them bonding and it helps us grow together and it's a good start."

You can find out more about Christmas In Action and how to donate or volunteer your time by giving them a call at 696-9393. You can also visit their website.

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