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Central Valley School Presents 'A Christmas Story'

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Central Valley High School is putting on the play "Christmas Story!" Central Valley High School is putting on the play "Christmas Story!"

KHQ.COM - Looking for a Christmas play to get into the holiday spirit? Central Valley High School is putting on the play "Christmas Story!" You can watch the play Dec 11-13 at 7:30pm each night. The students have worked really hard to put this on for all of you to enjoy! Tickets are $10.

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