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Tom Krodel shared with 18WJTS his appreciation towards the community for taking an active part in the 100 Men Who Cook event. Because of the abundance of community support the event reached a record setting goal-breaking 245- thousand dollars, raising double the money it did two years ago. Mr. Krodel elaborated on the the significance of the involvement that the community invested with this years event.

He added that he looks forward to 2018 and even though its a long time away the committee is thinking ahead of what can be accomplished to continue the events success. Krodel stated he is very proud of what the community accomplished last weekend in supporting the 100 Men Who Cook and the Dubois County Leukemia Association.

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