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Roadrunner Fest held for a good cause

(Source: KXXV) (Source: KXXV)
WOODWAY, TX (KXXV) -

The fourth annual Woodway Roadrunner Festival took place on Saturday, May 19 with fun for the entire family.

Dozens of vendors were on hand to showcase local arts and crafts.

Magic shows, snow cones and a kid zone with lots of food to eat provided a great time, and it was all for a good cause.

"The McLennan 100 club and The Texas Police chief association a portion of our proceeds go to them, and everything we make goes towards financing this festival another year," said Khalil El - Halabi, Captain of Woodway Public Safety Department.

The money raised to today by the Woodway department of public safety will go to the Mclennan 100 Club and The Texas Police Chief Association.

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