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Duncan Lion’s Club hosts Domino Tournament on April 29th

DUNCAN, OK (KSWO)- It's a new event that's attracting people from all across Oklahoma and it's a little out of the ordinary.

A Domino Tournament will be held this weekend at the Stephens County Fairgrounds and will benefit the Duncan Lion's Club scholarship and eyeglass program.

In addition to the tournament, the club will host a silent auction where you'll have a chance to win many prizes like a round of golf at The Territory or other merchandise from downtown Duncan.

The first-place winner will earn $300 and second place will win $200. If you enter and lose, you'll still have another chance.

“The people, if they lost out, you can buy back in so it could go until 6, or 7, something like that,” said Tom Daughtrey, the president of the Duncan Lion’s Club.

Now the domino tournament is tomorrow at 10 a.m. Registration will take place at the Stephens County Fairgrounds from 8 to 10 o'clock in the morning. It's $5 per person or $10 a team.

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