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LPPA to sell shirts benefiting families of first responders

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Design shared by LPPA on Facebook Design shared by LPPA on Facebook
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The Lubbock Professional Police Association announced on Facebook t-shirts will be sold to raise money for the families of fallen first responders, police officer Nicholas Reyna and firefighter Eric Hill, as well as injured firefighter Matt Dawson and his family.

The design is seen in the image above. The shirts will be $15 each, with all sales going to the families. Youth sizes and adult sizes small to 2x will be available. 

The shirts are not yet on sale. According to the Facebook post, they will be sold in-person around town. We will let you know when the shirts are available.

 

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