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    100 boat hosts and 75 volunteers on the land provided a fun day on the lake to 170 at risk children and their matches in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program on July 22. The matches were treated to a morning of water sports on the lake followed by lunch with games, entertainment and water slides for their families and the volunteers at the Duke Energy Explorium in Huntersville.

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