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JOHNSON CITY, TN (WJHL) - News Channel 11's Surprise Squad, led by Sara Diamond and Morgan King, hit the streets once again to give back to the community. 

For those that missed the first Surprise Squad, we had a blast in May giving away free items to people at various locations in Johnson City. So much fun, in fact, that we have taken extra care to strategically plan our stops and our surprises in Kingsport. 

As you can imagine, we were busting at the seams here in the newsroom wanting to spill exactly what we planned for our viewers, but we couldn't. That's why it's was SURPRISE. 

We decided the least we could do, though, was to give away some hints as to just what this Surprise Squad had in store.

Click through the above slideshow and videos to see a recap. 

And don't forget to follow us on Facebook (wjhl.com/Facebook), Twitter (wjhl.com/twitter) and Instagram! We are using the hashtag #WJHLSurprise. If we happen to run across you while we are out, take a photo and post it on our wall. You can also post it on Instagram or Twitter using our hashtag.  

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