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9/3/05

Tour de Tech Terrace

A ride through Tech Terrace raised donations for hurricane victims. The third bi-annual Tour de Tech Terrace took place Saturday. The tour was inspired by Lance Armstrong's run in the Tour de France. More than 100 Tech student gathered to ride in this years tour. Canned goods were collected and donated to the hurricane relief.

"It's devastating, and with all that will be going on at Reese they need the can goods more then any one else on the South Plains," said tour co-creator Aaron Blom.

Past tours have made donations to the South Plains Food Bank.

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