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Friday's 4 O'clock Show Guests 11/06/09

Veterans Day Parade
Tomorrow
11am
Parade begins at 19th Street & Highway 49
Gulfport
http://www.msveteransparade.com/
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Meet Dr. Ben Johnson
Book Signing
Tonight
5pm - 7pm
Barnes & Noble
Gulfport
(228) 832-8906

Tomorrow
2pm
Holiday Inn
9415 Hwy 49, Gulfport
http://www.meetdrben.com/

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War World II Pre-Premiere Viewing
Saturday & Sunday
10am, 11am, 1pm & 2pm
Mary C. O'Keefe Center
Wednesday, November 11th
8:30am , 11am & 6pm
Gulfport High School

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