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Yard sale helps City View Drama Club fundraise for stage lights

The Drama Club at City View Junior/Senior High School held a fundraiser yard sale Friday and Saturday.  (Source: RNN Texoma) The Drama Club at City View Junior/Senior High School held a fundraiser yard sale Friday and Saturday.  (Source: RNN Texoma)
WICHITA FALLS, Tx (RNN Texoma) -

The Drama Club at City View Junior/Senior High School held a fundraiser yard sale Friday and Saturday.

The yard sale was to help them buy new lights for their stage.

There were all sorts of different items available for purchase such as clothing and household wares.

Kimberly Gordon, the Theater Teacher at the school, said the kids deserve the upgrade to their stage.

"I have gosh I think we've had probably 40 kids here from drama club that have been helping out and giving it their all," Gordon said. "They've been here since six o'clock this morning helping me set up so they are very dedicated, highly motivated, all around amazing kids and they deserve some lights for the stage."

The sale continues Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Kimberly said they are about a third of the way to their goal of $4,000.

She said she hopes people come out tomorrow and help put them over the top. Anything that is left after the sale will be donated to Faith Mission. Ten percent of the sales will also go to Broadway Cares, an organization that helps fight the AIDS virus.

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