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We have decided that this year will be the last year we do a parade. Since we have graduated last year, we have all went in different directions in our lives and it is next to impossible to correlate a group effort or event. We'd like to thank each and every one of you that was supportive of us and our cause last year. We really made a difference, but could not have done it without you.It may have only been a one time thing, but it sure was incredible! It was a senior memory that none of us will ever forget. Thank you.

The parade is this Saturday at noon! Do you have your mower waxed and ready to roll? Lineup is at LaBarge anywhere between 11 & 11:30. Parade will leave LaBarge, go up through the square and continue on asnd turn off right past Ozark Foods and circle back to LaBarge! We hope to see you there whether riding or watching! Who plans on attending?

I wanted to share my favorite picture from last year's parade. The man on the green tractor is Joe! Driving the sweet ride behind him is his daughter, Attie, and if you look hard you can see Avery's red hair peeking from the trailer she's pulling behind! I think it's their smiles that make this picture so wonderful to me. I'd like to also share Joe's status from today that tells a little bit about this pic!

Joe: About a year ago, my kids and I were excited to be a part of the... parade put on by The Lawnmower Boys through downtown Huntsville, AR. That day ended up being a day that nobody in our family will ever forget. As we were preparing to head to town with our mowers, my father, whom we were taking care of, was called by the Lord to see his new mansion. My children and I celebrated my dad's life by joining in on the parade after all. We are not sorry we did that.

The Lawnmower Boys became local heroes here in N.W. Arkansas after they were suspended from school for their senior prank of driving their lawn mowers to school. Their response to this punishment was to raise money for the Arkansas Children's Hospital. The parade was just one way the boys used to raise money.

In the last year, I know of several children and their families who have been helped by the ACH. This is an outstanding cause and these are outstanding boys... actually, young men!

This Saturday the 15th is the 2nd annual Lawnmower Boys Parade in Huntsville starting at noon. My kids and I will be waxing the old mowers this week and reliving the great experience we had last year. Dad, your old Bachtold walk behind is looking like brand new and everyone will get to see it! We miss you!

Come on out and show your support! Hope to see everybody there!

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6/10/13 I wanted to share my favorite picture from last year's parade. The man on the green tractor is Joe! Driving the sweet ride behind him is his daughter,... Attie, and if you look hard you can see Avery's red hair peeking from the trailer she's pulling behind! I think it's their smiles that make this picture so wonderful to me. I'd like to also share Joe's status from today that tells a little bit about this pic!

Joe: About a year ago, my kids and I were excited to be a part of the parade put on by The Lawnmower Boys through downtown Huntsville, AR. That day ended up being a day that nobody in our family will ever forget. As we were preparing to head to town with our mowers, my father, whom we were taking care of, was called by the Lord to see his new mansion. My children and I celebrated my dad's life by joining in on the parade after all. We are not sorry we did that.

The Lawnmower Boys became local heroes here in N.W. Arkansas after they were suspended from school for their senior prank of driving their lawn mowers to school. Their response to this punishment was to raise money for the Arkansas Children's Hospital. The parade was just one way the boys used to raise money.

In the last year, I know of several children and their families who have been helped by the ACH. This is an outstanding cause and these are outstanding boys... actually, young men!

This Saturday the 15th is the 2nd annual Lawnmower Boys Parade in Huntsville starting at noon. My kids and I will be waxing the old mowers this week and reliving the great experience we had last year. Dad, your old Bachtold walk behind is looking like brand new and everyone will get to see it! We miss you!

Come on out and show your support! Hope to see everybody there!

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Please share and help get the word out! Hope to see you there!

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Only a few more days to get your shirts before the parade Saturday! Hope to see you there!

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Show Support for The Lawnmower Boys

All profit will go to benefit Arkansas Children's Hospital! $20 each. Stop by or call No boundries for ordering details! 479-738-2502
https://www.facebook.com/pages/No-Boundries-Sports/162689373756123?fref=ts

Start cleaning up those lawnmowers to parade through town at the 2nd Annual Lawnmower Boy Parade on June 15 at noon!

When the boys chose Arkansas Children's Hospital to be the one to benefit from their fundraising, it seemed like a no-brainer. How has Arkansas Children's Hospital affected you or someone you know?

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Monetary donations for Moore, OK
Text STORM to 80888 for Salvation Army to donate $10
Text REDCROSS to 90999 for Redcross to donate $10
Text FOOD to 32333 for Reg. Food Bank Oklahoma to donate $10

Trinity Church of the Nazarene in Oklahoma City are accepting donations of clothing.
You can ship to this address:

Trinity Church of Nazarene
7301 South Walker Ave...
Oklahoma City, OK 73139

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We extend our prayers to the victims and families of the tornado in Moore, OK. Our hearts are heavy for the loss of so many children.

Don't forget to get your shirts ordered! Parade will be June 15th at noon! All profits will go to Arkansas Children's Hospital! $20 each. Stop by or call No boundries for ordering details! 479-738-2502
https://www.facebook.com/pages/No-Boundries-Sports/162689373756123?fref=ts

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Show Support for The Lawnmower Boys

All profit will go to benefit Arkansas Children's Hospital! $20 each. Stop by or call No boundries for ordering details! 479-738-2502
https://www.facebook.com/pages/No-Boundries-Sports/162689373756123?fref=ts

All profits will go to Arkansas Children's Hospital! $20 each. Stop by or call No boundries for ordering details! 479-738-2502
https://www.facebook.com/pages/No-Boundries-Sports/162689373756123?fref=ts

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Show Support for The Lawnmower Boys

All profit will go to benefit Arkansas Children's Hospital! $20 each. Stop by or call No boundries for ordering details! 479-738-2502
https://www.facebook.com/pages/No-Boundries-Sports/162689373756123?fref=ts