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Twins Caravan set for Jan. 31 stop in Willmar

The Twins Caravan, sponsored locally by KDJS-AM, closes out its three-week trek at Willmar on Jan. 31. The bus will stop at the Kandi Entertainment Center with pitchers Glen Perkins and Jesse Crain and newly-acquired outfielder Craig Monroe, plus...

The Twins Caravan, sponsored locally by KDJS-AM, closes out its three-week trek at Willmar on Jan. 31.

The bus will stop at the Kandi Entertainment Center with pitchers Glen Perkins and Jesse Crain and newly-acquired outfielder Craig Monroe, plus broadcaster Dick Bremer, Twins' legend Tony Olivia and team mascot TC Bear.

Doors open at 5 p.m. with the program starting at 6 p.m. Tickets, including a hot-dog dinner, are $5 in advance ($7 at the door) at the KDJS Studio on Business Highway 71 and at Walt's car wash. Proceeds are directed to Bill Taunton Stadium improvements.

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