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Celebrity Server Dinner to raise money for community

BURKBURNETT, TX (KAUZ) -

The Rotary Club in Burkburnett is hosting its very first celebrity server dinner to give back to the community.

The dinner will feature singer Jimmy Wayne, and the servers will be celebrities and representatives in Wichita County, including Newschannel 6 Chris Horgen.

The event is raising money for the Boys and Girls Club of Burkburnett and the Senior Citizen Center.

"I hope that the funds that we raise can help out keep the Meals on Wheels program going here in Burkburnett and also help benefit the children over at the Boys and Girls Club in whatever areas they need help," said Lt. Lahoma Vaughn, president of the Burkburnett Rotary Club.

The dinner is scheduled for Saturday, November 4 at the Burkburnett Community Center from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Tickets are $70 each and can be reserved by calling 940-642-4945

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