Flash Point teams talks what they’re thankful for this political season

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OKLAHOMA CITY – The Flash Point team takes this week’s discussion in a different direction: what they’re thankful for.

The group also brings on Kim Garrett, president and CEO of Palomar, and Tricia Everest, chairman of the board for Palomar, to discuss what they are doing for Oklahoma families.

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