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Big Boy Toy Show

 The "Big Boy Toy Show" will be July 12 at the MPEC.  The event is from 10 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.

It's KAUZ's 2nd annual Big Boy Toy Show.

This event is the perfect opportunity to find everything guy-related.

Numerous vendors will be there.

You can register to win a C&S Fun Center Yamaha Big Bear 400 4X4.

Pre-sale tickets are $2 and tickets at the door are purchased for $3.


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