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Pizza Company Donates Money to Charities

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MacKenzie River Pizza will split $20,000 between seven Montana non-profit organizations for its 20th Anniversary fundraiser.

Customers got a chance to vote on how the money would be divided. The largest portion of the money, 19%, will go to Eagle Mount in Great Falls. Billings' own Chase Hawks Memorial Association will get 12%. That's $2,400. The rest of the money will go to five other charities.

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