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Businesses participate in 'hunt for a cure'
Saturday, April 06, 2013 5:00 AM
Brent Leach, owner of Ridge Top Custom Turkey Calls traveled to Savannah, Tenn., recently to participate in "Hunting for a Cure," an organization formed to introduce children to hunting and fundraising opportunities.
Leach said that North American Stainless, Nugent Sand Co., Searcy Monument Co., Dupont Hardware and Grocery, Glauber's Sports, John's Gun and Tackle, Bassmasters Sport and Tackle, Orscheln Farm and Home, All-purpose Steel Co., Two Rivers Campgrounds, VF Outlets and James W. Lee's Sawdust all donated money or items for the "Hunting for the Cure" auction.
The event raises money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Each hunter participating in the event is asked to raise at least $200. All of the money raised in donated to the hospital.
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