"Duck Dynasty" Stars To Help School Raise Money

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 9/25/2013 11:36 pm
Parents of students at Frankfort Christian Academy are bringing 6 cast members of the hit reality show "Duck Dynasty" to Rupp Arena Sunday, September 29.

The school is using the ticket sales to help finish the construction of a new science lab, locker rooms, and add heating and cooling to thy gym.

Parents of students at the school and school officials have been traveling around Kentucky the last few weeks promoting the event with an RV.

Wednesday, the RV was at the Kroger in Georgetown, where they gave away 2 tickets to Sunday afternoon's event with Willie, Miss Kay, and others.

Tickets are still for sale through Ticketmaster.

To save $10 per ticket, enter the code WILLIE.
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