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July 29, 2015 | News, Staff News


There were days when Joseph Kollar logged 100 miles of cycling. The 67-year-old didn’t take up cycling until after his kidney transplant and once he got the green light from doctors, it became an activity he pursued whole-heartedly.
“I bought a road bike from Hudson’s Bay,” he recalls. “On the weekend I hopped on the bike and was just going to go for a little ride. I went all the way to Lockport.” By the time he returned his family was in a state of worry out looking for him, and Kollar had developed a new passion. (Read more)

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