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Former WDIO News Anchor Dennis Anderson Shirt is Kind to Trees of Hope

Updated: December 12, 2018 11:05 AM

Dennis Anderson-themed apparel was revealed on Good Morning Northland Tuesday morning. The shirts were created by "Flagship" in Duluth to honor the nostalgia and legacy of the local news celebrity. All proceeds will be be spread among four groups highlighted in WDIO's  "Trees of Hope" campaign.

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Proceeds from shirt sales will be split between the four nonprofits (Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance, Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank, Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge, and the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northland.)

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