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April 21, 2009 8:59 AM

Country's Barbecue's Ressmeyer's ride to raise money for CMN

Scott Ressmeyer is going to visit 48 states on his motorcycle and hopes to raise $35,000 for Children's Miracle Network. The money total is the price of a GE Omni Giraffe Bed for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The bed is a highly specialized neonatal incubator.

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