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25th annual Moonlight Walk Against Drugs set for Friday

The 25th annual Moonlight Walk Against Drugs is Friday, April 22. (Source Crime Stoppers of Southwest Oklahoma) The 25th annual Moonlight Walk Against Drugs is Friday, April 22. (Source Crime Stoppers of Southwest Oklahoma)
Map of the walk. (Source Crime Stoppers of Southwest Oklahoma) Map of the walk. (Source Crime Stoppers of Southwest Oklahoma)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) –Don’t forget, there’s a fun, family-friendly event coming up on Friday, April 22.

Friday evening, hundreds of people will head to Elmer Thomas Park for the 25th annual Moonlight Walk Against Drugs. This year's theme is “super heroes come in all sizes.”

All of this year's T-shirts have sold out, but you're still encouraged to attend while dressed like your favorite super hero. Law enforcement agencies from across the area will be there, combining forces with the public, in the fight against crime and drugs during the largest fundraising event for Crime Stoppers of Southwest Oklahoma.

Money raised helps pay for tips that put criminals behind bars.

The fun kicks off at 6:30 p.m., the ribbon cutting and walk begin at 8 p.m. Due to construction, the Northwest 3rd Street entrance will be blocked off. You can enter on Northwest 6th Street from Ferris Avenue or from Cache Road to access the parking areas.

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