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Members of the Goshen Boys & Girls Club display some of the backpacks that will be available during the club's annual Bak-Pak-A-Kid Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. In front are club members, Brittanie Gamez, 14, Teagen Rodriguez, 9, Tommy Claxton, 8 and Zach Buckmaster, 13. In the middle are Bak-Pak-A-Kid volunteers Diane Holderman, left, and Karen Steffensen. In the back, from left, are Kevin Theriot, assistant program director for the Goshen Boys & Girls Club; Jim Lengerich, store director of Walmart Supercenter; and Travis Stewart, general manager of Pride's Express Carwash.

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