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Ian Sparks, right, rides in front of Joel Schuck, pre-schoolers at Kirksville Elementary Trike-a-Thon. Sparks raised $100 for St. Jude Children�s Research Hospital. Sparks was just excited to be riding his trike at school. This was the first year Kirksville participated in the event, raising $205. Pre-schoolers were the only students involved. �I wanted something special for them to do,� said Deborah Campbell, physical education teacher.

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