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  • Medford Cruise proceeds help youth

  • The Greater Medford Rotary Club and the Medford Cruise have donated nearly $15,000 to nine local organizations. The funds were proceeds from last summer's Medford Cruise events.
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  • The Greater Medford Rotary Club and the Medford Cruise have donated nearly $15,000 to nine local organizations. The funds were proceeds from last summer's Medford Cruise events.
    Organizations receiving donations include the Boys and Girls Club of Talent, $6,500; St. Vincent de Paul of Medford, $2,000; Medford Parks and Recreation Outdoor Adventure Club, $1,038; Rogue Youth Leadership Award scholarships, $1,000; the Wings Program, $1,000; Soda Blaster graffiti removal/Eagle Point High, $1,000; Salvation Army's after-school program, $1,000; the Rogue Community College Foundation automotive scholarship fund, $900; and 4-H and high school ensemble choir, $500.
    Since it began 27 years ago, the Medford Cruise has donated about $322,000 to local youth programs. The Medford Cruise started in 1985 when local car enthusiasts brought car clubs together to cruise downtown Medford. The cruise is now organized by the Medford Cruise Association.
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