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Dusterhoft Family Stores donates proceeds to Altru's Cancer Center for ninth consecutive year

The business is donating $1,230 toward fighting breast cancer this year, which added to the proceeds from years past brings its total to more than $11,000.

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Dusterhoft Family Stores is donating its proceeds from its “Go Pink for a Cure” fundraiser to support breast cancer patients at Altru’s Cancer Center for the ninth consecutive year.

The business is donating $1,230 toward fighting breast cancer this year, which added to the proceeds from years past brings its total to more than $11,000.

Dusterhoft Family Stores hosts fundraisers each year in October at both its locations in Grand Forks for Altru’s Filling the Gap program, which provides transportation, lodging and other resources for breast cancer patients during treatment.

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