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Cycling fundraisers plan stop June 30 in Fargo

Seven teenage bicyclists traveling across the United States to raise money for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston will stop in Fargo on June 30 and spend the night at the Gethsemane Episcopal Church, 3600 25th St. S.

Seven teenage bicyclists traveling across the United States to raise money for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston will stop in Fargo on June 30 and spend the night at the Gethsemane Episcopal Church, 3600 25th St. S.

The teens departed from Burlington, Wash., on June 10 and hope to reach Portland, Maine, by July 24.

They have already raised nearly $74,000 toward their $100,000 goal.

To follow their journey, visit their Web site, www.spscyclists2009.org .

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