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Potter County Jr. Livestock is" Steaking Out".

The potter County Junior Livestock Association is bringing in some big Texas names to help raise money.  

Gary P. Nunn a Steak dinner and it's all to help we are expecting anywhere between 800 and 1000 people maybe even more than that we have had tickets on sale at Cavenders and Randy's Music Mart were hoping we will have a big turn out,"said Marcella Webb, PCJC member.

The steak out is 25 dollars a person you get a steak dinner and great TX country show."we turn right around and put it back into the livestock sale in January after the kids show they auction them off and put it toward there animals.the dinner starts at 6 with the show ending at midnight.

The PCJC show will be at the end of January and kicks off the stock show season .

Tickets will be available at the door and its all at the Aztec Music Center.

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