Cancer Crush benefit raises funds for local patients
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Cancer Crush benefit raises funds for local patients

Ross Schulte threw a few darts on Friday night, hoping for a win not only for himself but for local cancer patients. "I've got more tickets in my pocket," the Mendon man said. "I'm trying to win stuff and to donate for a good cause."

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