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BancFirst commercial lending vice presidents Aaron George, left, and Greg Hoog, prepare just a few of the scores of hot dogs served Friday at the bank’s fundraiser for the American Red Cross on its parking lot at Shawnee Bypass and York Street. The bank sold hot dog lunches, featuring chips and beverages, for $5 each, raising about $450. March is National Red Cross Month, and the Muskogee chapter will have other fundraisers over the next few weeks. A Hero Spotlight Concert starts at 7 p.m. today at the Roxy Theatre. Cost is $5 at the door benefiting the Roxy Theatre. Donations will be accepted during the concert to benefit the American Red Cross Hero Campaign. A Heroes chamber music concert is set for 7 p.m. March 29 at the Northeastern State University Jazz Lab in Tahlequah. Admission is $10.

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