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Flower Mound, Highland Village mayors accept red kettle challenge

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The mayors of Flower Mound and Highland Village have accepted the Red Kettle Mayoral Challenge from the mayor of Lewisville to ring the bell and raise money for the Salvation Army Lewisville on Saturday.

Lewisville Mayor Rudy Durham recently challenged Flower Mound’s Steve Dixon and Highland Village’s Charlotte Wilcox, and both have accepted. For the challenge, town and city staff and officials will be ringing the bell in front of local stores from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, hoping to collect the most donations in the Salvation Army’s famous red kettle.

Flower Mound town staff and officials, including Dixon, will volunteer in shifts in front of the Kroger grocery store at 2709 Cross Timbers Road. Highland Village staff and officials, including Wilcox, will be set up in front of the Walmart at 3060 Justin Road. Lewisville staff and officials, including Durham, will volunteer in front of the Sam’s Club at 751 West Main St.

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