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Andrew Duncan Scholarship Benefit

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Andrew Duncan, a young man from the Wichita Falls community, died when he was just 20 years old in a car crash. Andrew loved the performing arts and was active in the arts. 

A scholarship benefit will help honor him this weekend. It's happening Saturday, January 4th at the Wichita Theatre. Several groups will perform including the 
Backdoor Theatre, Wichita Theatre, Wichita Falls Community Orchestra and Singers, and more. You can buy a ticket to dinner and the show for $34.00 dollars. Dinner is at 6pm and is catered by the Gypsy Kit. Or you can just by a ticket to the show at 7:30pm for $19.00 dollars.

Tickets are available at the Backdoor Theatre and the Wichita Theatre. 

The money benefits a scholarship in Andrew's name. It will go to youth in Wichita Falls who are active in the performing arts. For those who cannot attend but wish to donate to the Andrew Raymond Duncan Memorial Scholarship Fund, please visit www.wfacf.org or call them at 940.766.0829
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