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2nd Annual Lambs to Leaders Telethon

Lambs to Leaders Telethon for Catholic School Education
@ Univision Communications, 12541 Network Blvd, San Antonio, TX 78249
The 2nd Annual Lambs to Leaders Telethon for Catholic School Education will include four hours of live television to help raise funds necessary to help those in financial need attend a Catholic school of their choice. The telethon will feature guest interviews, performances by area Catholic school students and a special appearance by Archbishop Gustavo Garcíca-Siller. Watch LIVE on channels KCWX 2, CTSA 15 and Univision 41. Support the Lambs to Leaders Telethon where your dollars open doors for children and families. The WellMed Charitable Foundation has graciously pledged a $100,000 matching grant. Make your pledge by calling 844-485-HOPE (4673).

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