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Ducks in a row

Rubber duckies wait to be fished out of Centennial Pool Aug. 24 at the 26th annual Daybreak Rotary Duck Dip. Each duck represented a ticket buyer and was eligible to win one of the $15,360 in prizes if retrieved by a blindfolded representative of the duck race. Freddy Goodship won the top prize of $5,000 cash. - Mike Davies/The Mirror
Rubber duckies wait to be fished out of Centennial Pool Aug. 24 at the 26th annual Daybreak Rotary Duck Dip. Each duck represented a ticket buyer and was eligible to win one of the $15,360 in prizes if retrieved by a blindfolded representative of the duck race. Freddy Goodship won the top prize of $5,000 cash.
— image credit: Mike Davies/The Mirror

Rubber duckies wait to be fished out of Centennial Pool Aug. 24 at the 26th annual Daybreak Rotary Duck Dip.

Each duck represented a ticket buyer and was eligible to win one of the $15,360 in prizes if retrieved by a blindfolded representative of the duck race. Freddy Goodship won the top prize of $5,000 cash. See more pictures on Page 4.

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