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Carolina Swimming & Diving Helps Ronald McDonald House Prepare For Hurricane


With Hurricane Florence approaching, the residents of North and South Carolina continue to prepare for the storm as best they can. So on Tuesday, when coach of UNC's swimming and diving program heard that the Ronald McDonald House just off campus needed help with final preparations, he reached out to his remaining student-athletes in Chapel Hill. (GoHeels.com)

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