(Published Sept. 4, 2007, 12:57 p.m.)
The Week's editor, Dan Plutchak, won the first Celebrity for Charity harness race Saturday at the Walworth County Fair.
Plutchak donated his $1,000 winning purse the the local charity, The Time is Now.
The other competitors were.
-- Sheila Reiff, Walworth County's clerk of circuit court, who will be racing for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation, dedicated to curing breast cancer.
-- Reggie Michaels of WSLD radio, who will be racing to raise money for Walworth County food pantries.
-- Dr. Deana Courier, a family practice physician, whose charity is the Agape House in Walworth.
-- David Graves, Walworth County's sheriff, whose winnings will go to the local American Cancer Society Relay for Life.
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