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EL DORADO COUNTY Chamber of Commerce CEO Laurel Brent-Bumb, left, pours a bucket of ice water on Kathleen Dodge, Office of Film and Media executive director, in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in front of the Chamber's building on Aug. 19. Dodge challenged the following people: Mountain Democrat Publisher Richard Esposito, Mike Kobus of Koby Pest Control, Kevin Brown of Breaker Glass and Jody Franklin, the director of tourism for the Chamber. Those challenged have 24 hours to either dump the bucket of ice upon them or donate $100 to ALS research. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

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By From page B11 | August 22, 2014


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