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Record amount raised at annual duck race

Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette
Kelly Roe, of Auburn, watches as daughter Elliana, 2, colors a duck before the start of the 26th annual Weigand Construction Duck Race to Benefit SCAN (Stop Child Abuse and Neglect) at Johnny Appleseed Park on Saturday. More than 18,500 colorful toy ducks were launched in the St. Joseph River. The event raised a record $181,505. To read more, turn to Metro, Page 1C.

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