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ISU Students Host Ducks on the Wabash

Over 800 rubber ducks were dropped off the Dreiser bridge, to see which five could be scooped up first. The race raised over $8,000, and all of that money will go toward helping the students in the Non-profit Leadership Alliance attend their upcoming conference.
The Wabash River looked a bit like the world's largest bathtub Saturday morning.Students at Indiana State University hosted the first ever Ducks on the Wabash today.
   
Over 800 rubber ducks were dropped off the Dreiser bridge, to see which five could be scooped up first.
   
The race raised over $8,000, and all of that money will go toward helping the students in the Non-profit Leadership Alliance attend their upcoming conference.
   
Those involved say they couldn't have done it without the help of the community.

"They've been really involved and just ready to help the students in the community engaging and very engaging and what the student that ISU have to offer as far as fundraising events," said organizer Stephanie Binnie.

Prizes, including works from local artists were given to the owners of those ducks who crossed the finish line first.
   
The students hope to make it an annual event.

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