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Business & Charitable Events Calendar

BAJ III Car Rally to Benefit Lollypop Farm

10/13/2012

Organization: Dick Ide Honda

Join us for this new, family-friendly event presented by to benefit Lollypop Farm. It's not a race, it's a test of your skills! Participants in this road event will be following clues around the scenic drumlins of Mendon and Victor, arriving at a secret local destination. The day's activities include an evening celebration with prizes for top performers (even if your car is the slowest!). For more information, call (585) 223-1330 or visit www.lollypop.org/rally to sign up today!



 

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