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T-shirts for Moonlight Walk Against Drugs available

The 25th Moonlight Walk Against Drugs shirt has a great new design. (Source Crime Stoppers of Southwest Oklahoma) The 25th Moonlight Walk Against Drugs shirt has a great new design. (Source Crime Stoppers of Southwest Oklahoma)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) -T-shirts for the 25th annual Moonlight Walk Against Drugs are now available.

This year's theme is "Super heroes come in all sizes."

The walk isn't scheduled until late April in Elmer Thomas Park, but if you register a team of five or more people before April 15, you and your team mates will get a free T-shirt while supplies last. Otherwise, the T-shirts are on sale for $10 each at Safe and Sound located in Cache Road Square. Pickup is available from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

The largest team registered will be recognized with a plaque.

The Moonlight Walk Against Drugs is Crime Stoppers of Southwest Oklahoma's largest fundraising event of the year. Proceeds go to fund the Crime Stoppers’ tip rewards.

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