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Clydesdales to Make Holiday Visit to Jonesboro This Weekend

DECEMBER 6, 2006 - Posted at 7:41 a.m. CST, updated at 1:03 p.m. CST

 

JONESBORO, AR - For just the second time ever, the nationally recognized Express Personnel Clydesdale horses will make a pre-holiday visit to Jonesboro.

On Thursday, the horses will participate in the annual Northeast Arkansas Christmas Parade in downtown Jonesboro, and on Saturday will be at the NEA District Fairgrounds for a special fundraiser.

Saturday's event at the Fairgrounds will be co-sponsored by Express Personnel, NEA Clinic and the Jonesboro Young Professional Network.  Carriage rides will be offered, as well as photo opportunities and memorabilia.  All proceeds will benefit the NEA Clinic's Charitable Foundation.

Meanwhile, representatives with the Express Personnel Clydesdales will appear as guests tomorrow (Thursday) on K8 News at 5.

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