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Domestic Violence Center benefits from Clean Tech

November 30, 2012
Minot Daily News

Clean Tech team members contributed their tips and loose change into a community service jar in order to donate those funds to the Domestic Violence Crisis Center Safe Home residents for Christmas presents. A check in the amount of $825.06, which also included Clean Tech's commitment to the DVCC Building Fund, was recently presented to Dena Filler, executive director at DVCC.

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