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Three Oaks Christmas party

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The Three Oaks community will celebrate the season with a Christmas party on Friday, Dec. 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the Three Oaks Community Center.

Attendees are asked to take a side dish or dessert for the ham and tamale dinner. A short meeting will follow. Hostesses for the party will be Edna Meyer, Theresa Raabe, and Ginger Zillmann.

For more information, call Mary Raabe at 830-484-2549.

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