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K-Town ‘Kickin For A Cure’ July 14

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K-Town is doing it again! The second annual “K-Town Kickin For A Cure” will be held Saturday, July 14, at 6 p.m. in Kosciusko Hall at 7975 F.M. 541 E. in Stockdale.

This years musical entertainment will be big names like Dwight Yoakam, the “Casey Donahew Band” and John Wayne Shulz. Festivities include a Washer Tournament and a barbecue cook-off.

Presale tickets are $30, and are available at Ancira Ford in Floresville, Wiatrek’s Meat Market in Poth, Filling Station in Falls City, and Big “B” Food Store in Karnes City. Tickets will be $35 at the door.

V.I.P. tables are $2,500 that will seat 10 people, and includes V.I.P. parking, and a steak dinner and beverages throughout the event. Individual V.I.P. tickets will be $250. For information, visit

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