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Registration open for Rotary Ride for Clean Water

Brainerd Lakes Sunrise and Central Lakes Rotary clubs are hosting the Second Annual Rotary Ride for Clean Water June 20. The bike tour begins at Trailside Park in Pequot Lakes and has four routes for different ability levels of bike riders. The 7...

Brainerd Lakes Sunrise and Central Lakes Rotary clubs are hosting the Second Annual Rotary Ride for Clean Water June 20.

The bike tour begins at Trailside Park in Pequot Lakes and has four routes for different ability levels of bike riders. The 7-, 16-, 30- and 50-mile routes wind through Minnesota's lakes area and offer not only a scenic ride, but trail support with numerous refreshment stations and patrolling support and gear vehicles.

Last year's proceeds went to providing new reverse osmosis water filters for the village of Garde Saline, Haiti, and water filters in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

This year's entry fees are $40 for an individual and $80 for a family. Visit www.rotaryrideforcleanwater.org for event information and online registration. Register by June 7 to qualify to receive a free event T-shirt.

Busy that day and can't make the ride? Consider going to the website and making a donation in any amount to support local Rotary clubs in their endeavors to increase the availability of clean water to people in need. Save the date of June 18, 2016, for the third annual ride.

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All entry fees and donations are tax deductible.

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