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PR Lions contribute to Minnesota ACEs Program

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The Park Rapids Lions donated $500 to the Minnesota ACEs Program. Pictured from left are Lion treasurer Frank Bender, Lisa Coborn, Lions president Dick Kimball and Angie Graham.
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The Park Rapids Lions donated $500 to the Minnesota ACEs Program. Pictured from left are Lion treasurer Frank Bender, Lisa Coborn, Lions president Dick Kimball and Angie Graham.

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