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10/22/05

Tour de Cannon

Bicycling helped raise money for a toddler in need of a liver transplant. The first ever Tour de Cannon was held in Idalou Saturday. Cannon Perkins is suffering from a rare liver disease and without a liver transplant, he is not be expected to live past the age 4. Volunteers are trying to raise $350,000 for the transplant.

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