Tri-Cities Rotary club members begin scooping 40,000 rubber ducks out of the Columbia River after the 29th annual Mid-Columbia Duck Race ended near Lampson Pits at Columbia Park on Saturday in Kennewick. Rotary members raised $190,000, which will be divided amongst the six Tri-City clubs. The money will be allocated for scholarships and charities. Watch a video at www.tricityherlad.con/video.
Tri-Cities Rotary club members begin scooping 40,000 rubber ducks out of the Columbia River after the 29th annual Mid-Columbia Duck Race ended near Lampson Pits at Columbia Park on Saturday in Kennewick. Rotary members raised $190,000, which will be divided amongst the six Tri-City clubs. The money will be allocated for scholarships and charities. Watch a video at www.tricityherlad.con/video. Noelle Haro-Gomez Tri-City Herald
Tri-Cities Rotary club members begin scooping 40,000 rubber ducks out of the Columbia River after the 29th annual Mid-Columbia Duck Race ended near Lampson Pits at Columbia Park on Saturday in Kennewick. Rotary members raised $190,000, which will be divided amongst the six Tri-City clubs. The money will be allocated for scholarships and charities. Watch a video at www.tricityherlad.con/video. Noelle Haro-Gomez Tri-City Herald

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