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Ducks in chambers

Daybreak Rotarians showed up en masse in city hall council chambers Tuesday morning to make sure Mayor Walter Jakeway bought his ticket. Local Rotarians are now selling tickets, in various locations around the city, for the Aug. 24 Duck Dip at Centennial Pool. Prizes include $5,000 for top spot, a TV and recliner for second place, and a trip to Vancouver. Tickets are $10. - Photo by Wylie Leeson/Special to the Mirror
Daybreak Rotarians showed up en masse in city hall council chambers Tuesday morning to make sure Mayor Walter Jakeway bought his ticket. Local Rotarians are now selling tickets, in various locations around the city, for the Aug. 24 Duck Dip at Centennial Pool. Prizes include $5,000 for top spot, a TV and recliner for second place, and a trip to Vancouver. Tickets are $10.
— image credit: Photo by Wylie Leeson/Special to the Mirror

Daybreak Rotarians showed up en masse in city hall council chambers Tuesday morning to make sure Mayor Walter Jakeway bought his ticket.

Local Rotarians are now selling tickets, in various locations around the city, for the Aug. 24 Duck Dip at Centennial Pool. Prizes include $5,000 for top spot, a TV and recliner for second place, and a trip to Vancouver. Tickets are $10.

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