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Sav-A-Life Calhoun County celebrates 30 years of service

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Sav-A-Life Calhoun County is celebrating 30 years next month.  The organization is having an event March 1st at the Oxford Civic Center.  Missy Robertson from A&E's Duck Dynasty will serve as guest speaker for the group's first big fundraiser. 

The topic will focus on raising teens to be abstinent until marriage, what a Godly marriage can look like and what it is like to be a part of the Robertson family and Duck Commander business.

Tickets are available.  For more information call (256) 452-0670 or visit www.savalifecalhouncounty.com.

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