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A few days after finishing a four-month-long effort to skate 100 miles and raise nearly $16,000 for the Danny Did Foundation, the Norwood Park 8-year-old said he was happy and relieved to have met his goal.
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Nick Curley, a resident of Chicago, will be nearing the end of his 100-mile skate next weekend, which he started over the summer to raise money for the Danny Did Foundation.
7 year old nick vurley is traveling the country and skating 5 miles at different hockey rinks to raise money for epilepsy research. Nick lost one his best friends to the disease and his cousin is also currently battling epilespsy. He hopes the 100 miles he will skate will help raise awareness. Nick explains where …
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