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December 18, 2014 3:48 PM

$10,500 anonymous donation means local cyclocross race meets fundraising goal for safe drinking water projects

An anonymous donation of more than $10,500 has enabled a recent South Sound professional cyclocross event to meet its fundraising goal for safe drinking water projects in Liberia and Nepal.

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