LCFA Kick Off Weekend postponed, Livestock show still in question
To minimize the potential spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and current circumstances, the LCFA Association announced Sunday evening that kick-off weekend has been postponed.
The postponement will include concert, parade, and Go Texan’s events.
As of now, the livestock show is not canceled.
LCFA Association will be meeting to make further decisions on Mon. Mar. 16.
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