It's time once again to Share Your Christmas. Going on today (12-07-23) until 7:00 pm at all 3 Walmarts, Sheridan Road, Quannah Parker Trailway, and 38th and Lee Blvd. you can do your part and help those less fortunate this holiday season. Stop by and make a donation of non-perishable food items and/or new unwrapped toys. You can also drop off cash donations as well. 100% of these donations will go to assist local and area families right here in Lawton, Fort Sill through the Salvation Army and the Lawton Food Bank.

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We had the opportunity earlier this morning to broadcast live from the Sheridan Road Walmart for Share Your Christmas. It's become an annual TSM Lawton holiday tradition and we love being out there. Plus we get to hang out with our fellow broadcasting blood brothers at KSWO Channel 7. It's always a good time and for a great cause. We'd like to say a big thank you to every one of you who stopped by and made a donation.

The 2023 Share Your Christmas is going on today (12-07-23) until 7:00-pm at Walmart

TSM Lawton: Jeri Anderson
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We really appreciate everyone's help and donations. If you haven't had the opportunity to stop by it'll be going on until 7:00 pm tonight. You can go to the Walmart at 1002 S.W. Sheridan Road or swing by the Westside Walmart at 6301 N.W. Quannah Parker Trailway. Or you can stop by the Walmart Neighborhood Market located at 3745 Sw Lee Blvd. You can drop off canned food and non-perishable food items, or run into Walmart and grab a few things that you can donate. They're also accepting new unwrapped toys as well.

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If you're running short on time you can always donate cash which will be used to purchase needed items. All of your donations go to the local Salvation Army and Lawton Food Bank and will stay here in Lawton Fort Sill to help local and area families this holiday season. Do your part, Share Your Christmas this holiday season.

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