Helping Lubbock students at The Shack BBQ - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Noon Notebook 8/5: Helping Lubbock students at The Shack BBQ

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Saturday, August 6, people will raise money to donate clothing items to Lubbock ISD students in need. 

Jere Lowe has been organizing this fundraiser for 4 years he says, "This will be our 4th year and we have helped around 200 less fortunate children in the Lubbock ISD with new Coats, Shoes and Socks."

Lowe works with the Social Services Department in Lubbock to find out what exactly kids need. 

The event is from 11am to 8pm at The Shack BBQ at 2309 N. Frankford Avenue.

Live music will be there too! 

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