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July 29, 2014 10:07 AM

Thunder in the Valley donating more than $44,000 this year

The popular, annual non-profit event will be dividing $37,000 among Chattahoochee Valley youth organizations and charities at a ceremony August 4. In addition, $7,500 in contributions and tickets were also given to 13 youth organizations and 200 soldiers during the spring show, bringing the total contribution of Thunder in the Valley to $44,500.

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