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After hundreds of people came in for a free meal at Texas Road House to raise money for Special Olympics on Tuesday, organizers say they raised $5,100.
Volunteers from Mt Pleasant, Sturtevant, Caledonia, Town of Waterford and Oak Creek Police Departments, Racine County Sheriff’s Department and Union Grove, South Shore Fire Departments helped serve, clear off tables and collect donations.