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Coming up next on News 7 at six, a car crashes through the front doors of a Roanoke convenience store.
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And the N-double-A-C-P meets with a local company accused of discrimination.

Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Roy
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And coming up, The Bulls and Heat hooked up in Miami this afternoon the Orioles beat the Indians.
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And the local cycling team is geared up for this weekends Saturn Cup Race in downtown Roanoke.
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WX-Head
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On a weekend with lots of outdoor activities planned-- the forecast is looking sketchy.
Rain begins tonight, and tomorrow looks unsettled as well.
The forecast coming up.

Truck-Ax


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=dal
TAPE#=97-28
GRAPHIC=Accident


An overturned truck shut down traffic for several hours near Valley View Mall in Roanoke this morning.
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Police say the driver of this truck was traveling down Hershberger Road with a hydraulic lift extended into the air.
Apparently the lift hit the Airport Road overpass and the truck overturned.
About 100 gallons of diesel fuel spilled into a storm drain.
Fire officials say the spill was contained to the drain.
Police are charging the driver with reckless driving.
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Store-Crash


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
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TAPE#97-36
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VO-NAT
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Clerks and customers at this convenience store narrowly avoided injury this afternoon in another Roanoke accident.
Authorities say the driver of this car accidentally hit the accelerator and sent it crashing through the front door of the Seven-11 on Crystal Spring Avenue.
The car knocked out a steel support column as well as the front doors.
Luckily, the car missed a clerk who was standing just behind the counter.
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Bush-Obit


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=97-26
GRAPHIC=none


Joe Bush, Junior, a member of the Vinton Town Council died Friday after suffering a heart attack. He was 43.
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use file tape 96-90, Vinton Council
Bush taught classes at Roanoke and Hollins College and once served as vice-mayor of Vinton.
A funeral for Bush is scheduled for Tuesday at 11 A-M at Thrasher Memorial United Methodist Church in Vinton.
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NAACP-Discrimination


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-25
GRAPHIC=none


The Roanoke Chapter of the N-Double-A-C-P met today to discuss discrimination in the workplace.
Complaints about a local company prompted the meeting.
Denise Allen reports.
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((Ruben DeJesus is one of 20 employees alleging unfair treatment my management at the Crouse-Hinds Division of Cooper Industries.
DeJesus and four others have been fired. He says he's been wrongly accused of altering a doctors excuse.
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((RUBEN DEJESUS/FORMER CROUSE-HINDS EMPLOYEE: I WAS CALLED UP TO THE OFFICE AND SAID THAT I FALSIFIED THE DOCUMENT AND I HAD TO BE TERMINATED.))
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DeJesus and the other workers sought the aide of the N-DOUBLE-A-C-P.
Today company officials from Texas, New York and Roanoke met with the organization to discuss issues such as minority hirings and company disciplinary policies.
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((MARTIN JEFFREY/NAACP PRESIDENT: MORE OFTEN THAN NOT A DISPROPORTIONATELY IMPACTED MINORITIES WHICH LEAD TO WHAT APPEARS TO BE MORE MINORITY TERMINATIONS.))
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Jeffrey says he's basing his opinion on the N-DOUBLE-A-C-P's preliminary investigation.
The company will offer up it's figures in a future meeting.
Jeffrey says company turned down an invitation to take part in this press conference. PRE PRO
But Cooper Industries did release this written response stating the discussions were open and frank and related to enforcement of plant rules and administration of policies.
It went on to thank the N-DOUBLE-A-C-P and promised to further investigate the complaints. Stand up DENISE ALLEN/NEWS 7: DEJESUS AND N-DOUBLE-A-C-P LEADERS SAY THEY WERE ALSO PLEASED WITH THE OUTCOME OF THE MEETING.
MARTIN JEFFREY SAYS COMPANY MANAGERS ARE MAKING AN EFFORT TO INTERACT MORE WITH ALL EMPLOYEES.
AND THAT THE COMPANY IS POSTING POLICIES AND POLICY CHANGES TO KEEP WORKERS INFORMED.
MORE MEETINGS BETWEEN THE TWO SIDES ARE SCHEDULED.
IN THE MEANTIME SOME OF THESE WORKERS HAVE FILED COMPLAINTS WITH THE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION.
DENISE ALLEN NEWS 7.))

Rabies-Prevention


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sta
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A six-year old girl and her grandmother are being treated in Bedford County for possible rabies.
A rabid fox bit them earlier this month. The child was playing in a yard when the fox attacked her.
The fox turned and bit the grandmother when she kicked at the animal. A neighbor then killed the fox. Officials are warning residents to stay away from any animal that acts strangely.

Cigarette-Explosion


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=Philip Morris Logo


Some northern Virginia smokers got a surprise when they lit recently. Their cigarettes exploded.
Philip Morris Companies -- the maker of Marlboro -- said it appeared the cigarettes were tampered with after they were made.
The people who lit up their Marlboro Reds reported explosions that covered them with black powder, temporarily blinding one of them. No one was seriously injured.
Police in northern Virginia are investigating three other complaints of exploding cigarettes over the past week.


Holiday-Travel


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=amo
TAPE#=97-21
GRAPHIC=Holiday Travel


The first of many summer travellers are hitting the highways this weekend.
And, the American Automobile Association says it expects the number of motorists to set new records this year.
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Triple-A is estimating that 30-point-eight million people will travel at least 100 miles from home.
That's up by a half-million travellers compared to last year.
But at least one figure is going down--the cost of gasoline.
Triple-A spokesman Randy Green says a gallon of regular gasoline is down about nine cents from last year. Motorists this summer can expect to pay about one-dollar and 16-cents.
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VFW-Flags


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=dal
TAPE#=97-27
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The Memorial Day holiday means more than just a day off to many Americans.
It is a day of remembrance for the veterans who have served their country.
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The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12-64 spent the morning placing U-S flags on the graves of veterans.
They adorned nearly two thousand headstones in the Evergreen Cemetary.
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((WINSTON CONNER/VFW 1264: WE RESPECT OUR VETERANS. AFTER ALL THEY DID FIGHT FOR OUR COUNTRY AND DIE FOR US. SO THAT'S WHY WE DO IT.))
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Conner says the flags often lift the spirits of veterans' family members.
The V-F-W Ladies Auxiliary started the practice many years ago to honor veterans.
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ANCHOR=Eric
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Coming up next on News 7 at Six, the World Wide Web comes to the rescue of missing children.
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And they were SUPPOSED to be harder to copy.
But Danville police are looking for some counterfeit money tonight.
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Webwatch


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#=WebWatch
GRAPHIC=Web Watch


The search for missing children involves everything from posters to mail fliers to milk cartons... and lately, the world wide web.
More on this week's edition of Webwatch.
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(( Missing children sites are getting more attention and recognition. One was singled out this week for an award by United States Attorney General Janet Reno.
This World Wide Missing Children site is a good example... and this site, called Seeker, has links to missing children sites all over the U.S. and the world.

The U.S. Marshall's Service is using their web space to find people as well...
You can find photographs and descriptions of their 15 most wanted fugitives.
Most wanted-dot-com also has links to other most wanted listings.

Bell Atlantic internet customers in Virginia are facing serious e-mail troubles.
Bell officials say e-mail has been backing up since Wednesday... engineers are working on the problem but don't know when it'll be fixed.
Bell Atlantic offers local service in Blacksburg and Roanoke, Hampton Roads and Richmond.

If you and the family are planning that beach vacation, where ever you're going, make sure you don't freeze your toes off by checking out the National Oceanographic Data Center's water temperature guide for U.S. beaches...
To dip your toes into this site, and to find links to all the others... click on webwatch, on the WDBJ web page at www-dot-wdbj7-dot-com.))

Counterfeit


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=dse
TAPE#=97-35
GRAPHIC=none


Danville Police are trying to figure out who's been passing the bucks...
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Edit From 96-18 36:05
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Police say numerous phony 100-dollar bills were passed from May 15-th to May 18-th in the area.
All of the counterfeit bills look like the redesigned 100-dollar bills released last year.
The last four digits of the serial numbers are 1-9-6-A, 1-8-6-A or 1-8-1-A.
Danville police are asking anyone with information on the counterfeit money to call them.
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Mvlle-Economy


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#=97-22
GRAPHIC=On Record


Like many parts of the country, the Martinsville- Henry County area is enjoying an economic rebound.
But Len Besthoff reports that a number of large factory closings in recent years made it a little harder to get to this point.
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((Even this week, the Martinsville- Henry County area learned it will have another vacant factory, when Bassett Furniture announced it will close its 70- year- old plant in town.
But in the past year or so, the good news has outweighed the bad in this part of Southside Virginia.
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((BILL FARRAR/HENRY CO. SPOKESMAN: WE'RE FINALLY REACHING A POINT WHERE THIS COMMUNITY IS REALIZING THAT WE'RE AT THE TURNAROUND POINT. AND THAT WE DON'T NEED TO KEEP TAKING THOSE HITS, THAT THERE IS SOMETHING THAT WE CAN DO ABOUT IT.))
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Some of the things being done include greater promotion of the Martinsville Speedway, continuing growth at Patrick Henry Community College, and a facelift of the area's central business district known as Uptown Martinsville.
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((KRISTA VANNOY/UPTOWN MARTINSVILLE: COMMUNITY PRIVATE REINVESTMENT IN DOWNTOWN DISTRICTS WITHIN THE VIRGINIA MAINSTREET PROGRAM HAS TOPPED 75 MILLION DOLLARS AS OF THIS YEAR, AND OUR OWN PRIVATE REINVESTMENT NUMBERS IN UPTOWN MARTINSVILLE HAVE TOPPED TWO MILLION IN THE TWO SHORT YEARS THAT WE'VE BEEN IN THE MAIN STREET PROGRAM.))
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Add to this some success in recruiting new businesses, and improved performance from some longtime corporate citizens.
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((EARL REYNOLDS/MARTINSVILLE CITY MANAGER: WE TALKED ABOUT TULTEX AND WE TALKED ABOUT HOOKER FURNITURE AND MAINSTREET BANK GROUP BUT STANLEY FURNITURE AND BASSETT INDUSTRIES AND PATRICK HENRY NATIONAL BANK WHICH YOU'VE REPORTED ON AS A BUSINESS REPORTER, IN TERMS OF THEIR EXPANSION AND THEIR TENTACLES ARE GROWING OUTSIDE THE MARTINSVILLE- HENRY COUNTY AREA. BUT THE HEADQUARTERS IS RIGHT IN HENRY COUNTY. AND THE LIST JUST GOES ON AND ON. AND I THINK FOR A COMMUNITY OF OUR SIZE WE'RE REALLY BLESSED TO STILL HAVE THAT ANCHOR PRESENCE TO GROW FROM AND TO REBOUND FROM.))
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For more watch On Record Sunday morning at 11 on WDBJ.
Len Besthoff, News-7.))
Tease#2

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ANCHOR=Eric
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Coming up next on News 7 at Six, customers at a local restaurant are getting more than just a taste of Middle-Eastern culture. They're also getting a glimpse of traditional dancing...
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and Roanoke leads the country in honoring emergency workers killed in the line of duty. More on that coming up when News 7 returns.
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EMS-Awards


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#=97-31
GRAPHIC=none


23 men and women will be honored in a national memorial tonight in Roanoke.
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Their names will be engraved on brass leaves that will become part of a permanent memorial at To the Rescue, the E-M-S museum in Tanglewood Mall.
750 rescue workers and their families from across the country are expected to attend tonight's service.
Those honored represent 16 states and the District of Columbia.
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Anchor=Eric
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The memorial service is at Greene Memorial United Methodist Church at 7.

Middle-East


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=afr
TAPE#=97-32
GRAPHIC=none


Customers at a restaurant in downtown Roanoke are getting a little something extra with their meals these days...
a performance featuring a belly-dancer from Fancy Gap.
News 7's Andrew Freiden has more.
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((Her real name is Iara Kendrick -- but as Samra, she brings authentic middle eastern dance to Southwest Virginia every Friday and Saturday night.
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((SAMIER TANIB/RESTAURANT OWNER: IT REALLY MAKES AN ATMOSPHERE OF MIDDLE EAST BY HER BEING HERE. AND SHE'S VERY VERY GOOD. A LOT OF PEOPLE REALLY COME BACK FOR HER. ))
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((MILDRED EMORE: EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT, SATURDAY NIGHT, SHE HAS A DIFFERENT COSTUME, IT WAS REALLY NICE TONIGHT. ))
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She is shaking things up at the Mount Olive Grill and Bar-- and her dancing draws repeat customers.
Some customers even get up from their food and join in the fun.
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((SAMRA/MIDDLE EASTERN DANCER: A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE SEEING BELLY DANCING FOR THE FIRST TIME, AND THEY BEGIN TO LEARN , AND I'M VERY PLEASED ABOUT THAT. ))
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Samra says she does belly dancing right-- and it's not as risque as people think.
If it were, she wouldn't be able to keep her day job as a spanish teacher at Galax High School.
Some of her students have even seen her perform.
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((SAMRA: I'M VERY STRICT IN THE CLASSROOM, SO THEY SEE A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT SIDE OF ME. THE NEXT DAY I GO BACK, THEY LOOK AT ME A LITTLE DIFFERENT. THEY KNOW I'M HUMAN AND HAVE EMOTIONS AND ANOTHER SIDE OF LIFE TOO.))
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The restaurant is under new ownership, and is struggling to gain new customers--
And Samra is hoping her talents keep the the Mount Olive grill from going belly up.
Andrew Freiden, news7, Roanoke.))

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=NONE


And coming up, Virginia Tech was back on the Diamond this afternoon in the N-C-A-A regionals the parents talk about this weekends Crestar Festival Soccer tournament.
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And Joe Nemechek takes a ride to victory lane in the Busch race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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S-Tech


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Tech Baseball


Virginia Tech and Southern Cal hooked up for a rematch in the NCAA South Regional in Alabama.
The Hokies won the first meeting between the two but today Tech was losing to the Trojans 4 to nothing in the top of the fifth.
We'll have the highlights tonight at 11.

S-Orioles


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-24
GRAPHIC=Orioles/Indians


The Baltimore Orioles have the best record in the American League at 31 and 14 after beating Cleveland this afternoon 8 to 3.
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SUPER=03-Cleveland, OH/WNUV; :


Hitting coach Rick Down was running the team because Davey Johnson had to go home to Florida for personal reasons.
In the top of the first Rafael Palmeiro hits this three run homer deep over the right field wall and the Orioles took a 3 to 1 lead in the Inning.
Then in the third, Marquis Grissom hits a double off the right centerfield wall scoring Omar Vizquel and the Orioles took a 4 to 1 lead.
Baltimore was leading 5 to 2 when SUPER=35-Baltimore/8/Cleveland/3/;

third baseman Cal Ripken sends this line drive off the wall in left field scoring a run and the Orioles win it 8 to 3.
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S-NBA


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=NBA PLAYOFFS


The N-B-A Eastern Conference finals resumed in Miami this afternoon. Chicago entered game three with a 2 to nothing lead in the best of seven series.
Chicago won this afternoons game 98 to 74 and the series now stands with Chicago leading 3 to Nothing.

S-Soccer


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-27
GRAPHIC=Soccer Logo


The Crestar Festival Soccer tournament kicked off this morning at several field's throughout the Roanoke Valley.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke; :


198 teams and over 35-hundred players from 8 states are competing in the annual event.
It's one of the top tournaments on the East coast and most of the families that are here are enjoying the high quality of soccer.
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((MARK HARTMAN: )) ((JOHN BUSCH: ))
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The tournament will wrap up tomorrow.

S-Busch


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-36
GRAPHIC=Charlotte Logo


The Busch Cars took center stage at Charlotte today and Joe Nemechek is the winner of the Carquest Auto Parts 300.
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SUPER=03-Concord, NC/WTBS; :


Jeff Green was running good but he was forced behind the garage while his crew replaced a radiator.
Mark Martin, who has won three straight Busch races, made a move passing Jimmy Spencer to take over the third spot.
But Nemechek was running a smooth line on the track he worked his way through traffic taking the checkered flag in the Carquest 300.
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((JOE NEMECHEK/CARQUEST AUTO PARTS 300 WINNER: ))
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Kevin Lapage was second, Martin was third, Jimmy Spencer fourth and Phil Parson fifth.

S-Saturn


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S6-26
GRAPHIC=Saturn Cup


The Saturn Festival Cup and Roanoke Orthopaedic Center Hillclimb are two cycling venues that will hit the streets of Roanoke tomorrow and Monday.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Year; :00


Like last year; this Saturn Cup race should also have a top notch draw. Event organizers are expecting around 350 cyclists to compete for 17 thousand dollars in prize money through the amateur to pro ranks.
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((PAT OBERG/RACE DIRECTOR: ))
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The Blue Ridge Bicycle Club Racing Team is the local team tot watch. The Blue Ridge racer will compete in the saturn Cup and in the ROC Climb. Wes Wilmer is a solid contender in the Masters division, as is Ron Glowczynski in the Cat 3 division. Their racing experience plus having local support should help.
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