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A&E's Duck Dynasty part of family event to kick-off ETCA's 35th year

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East Texas Christian Academy:

EAST TEXAS (KYTX) - East Texas Christian Academy will kick-off its 35th year hosting a family event with A&E's Duck Dynasty 3 p.m. Sunday, September 15 at The Oil Palace, ETCA Board of Directors and ETCA President Mr. Wayne Boshears, announced.

The special event will feature Duck Commander C.E.O. Willie Robertson and his mother Miss Kay Robertson.

"We are very excited to bring this event to Tyler," said Boshears.  "The stars of Duck Dynasty are deeply rooted in faith and family, and ETCA shares this same foundation.  Together, we plan to provide an inspiring event for East Texas families."

Ticket prices are $30, $40 and $50, and will be available August 1 online at www.oilpalace.com, by phone at 903-566-2122 or at the Oil Palace, located at 10408 State Highway 64 East.

All proceeds will benefit ETCA, including ETCA's Building for the Future fund.

For more information, contact the ETCA Office at 903-561-8642 or visit www.etca.org.

East Texas Christian Academy is a private Christian school that offers a quality education in a loving, supportive environment for students in preschool through grade 12. Our mission is to provide every student with outstanding academics, character training and excellence in all we do for the glory of God. We accomplish this with dedicated faculty and staff who integrate the Word of God in every subject.

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