PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A pastor from Western Pennsylvania is getting national attention for his idea of “Camo Sunday.”

Rev. Chris Terbush of The First Wesleyan Church of Bradford says he’s a big fan of the reality TV show “Duck Dynasty.”

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He says he’ll be wearing camouflage and hopes that his congregation will, too. This Sunday is the day before deer hunting season begins.

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“I said, ‘Hey, let’s open it up to the community,’” said Rev. Terbush. “Put out a press released let people know they can come, and you know we don’t care if you don’t have great clothes to wear, hey, wear your camouflage.”

The local paper did a story and now papers and TV stations across the country are reporting on it.

Rev. Terbush says if it goes well, he’d like to make it an annual event.

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