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3 Lufkin families selected for free trips to Walt Disney World as part of Kidd's Kids

Source: KAFX-FM Source: KAFX-FM

From KAFX-FM

LUFKIN, TX (News Release) - On September 12, 2017, three families that had applied to the Kidd’s Kids program were invited to a dinner with Dan Patrick, on air personality at KAFX-FM. The families of Tia’Ahlee Maxie, Brooklyn Oliver, and Honor Tinsley believed they were attending a simple dinner, but there was a grand reveal planned as all three families had submitted themselves for the Kidd’s Kids trip.

What they didn’t know and learned at the dinner was that they all had been selected to go to Disney, all expenses paid, for their entire families, including parents and siblings. Badders Law Firm of Lufkin and Nacogdoches gifted each of these deserving families a check for $1,000 for any extras that they would want or need while on, or before the trip. The kids are understandably excited, and very happy that they will be attending Disney with other people from the area.

A video of the event is posted here: http://kfox95.com/watch-this-touching-video-of-3-east-texas-families-getting-a-surprise-of-a-lifetime.

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