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Local charities receive $1,500 from July bike run

WORTHINGTON -- The Manna Food Pantry and the Nobles County Shop with a Cop each recently received more than $1,500, thanks to a first-time bike run across Nobles County in July.

WORTHINGTON - The Manna Food Pantry and the Nobles County Shop with a Cop each recently received more than $1,500, thanks to a first-time bike run across Nobles County in July.

The Back the Badge Bike Run and T-Shirt sales raised $3,115.14 during its July bike ride across the county and extended fundraiser through the end of August.

According to co-organizer Tina Johnson, the proceeds were split evenly, so that the event’s two beneficiaries each received $1,557.57.

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