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9/4/03

Nat'l Cowboy Symposium In Lubbock

The National Cowboy Symposium is underway at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.

The four day event kicked off Thursday morning. Under the tents, you can find unique Western items for sale such as paintings, drawings and jewelry. Their will also be demonstrations, auctions and a barbecue lunch.

For prices and more information ( click here).

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