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Calendar: KD Country
Title: Upward Cheerleading & Basketball
When: 10/09/2012 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Location: New Prospect Baptist Church, 509 Prospect Ave, Hurt
Description: Register your child for

upward basketball or

cheerleading at New Prospect

Baptist Church, Prospect

Avenue, Hurt. Drop off your

form and registration fee at

the church office between 10

and 4 Monday through

Thursday. Deadline for Early

registration is November 30.
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