BRIDGE CITY — The Vidor Independent School District was presented a check for $1,000 from Philpott Motors on Friday, Sept. 7, during the football game against Bridge City as part of a charitable donation by the automobile dealer to area schools. Pictured holding the check is Dr. Jay Killgo, Vidor ISD superintendent, at left, and Chris Williams of Philpott, along with several Vidor High School cheerleaders.
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