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Aycock ready to serve

Posted: Friday, May 27, 2011 12:00 pm

Heights Herald/TJ MAXWELL - In one of his first official duties, Harker Heights Mayor Mike Aycock, left, presents a coin to Walmart general manager Patrick Starns that represents the partnership between the city and Walmart during a grand reopening celebration for the Harker Heights Walmart May 20 after the completion of a two-month renovation project.

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