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2014 Grand Rapids Chalk Flood Brings Hundreds Downtown

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The second annual Chalk Flood was held in downtown Grand Rapids on Sunday, June 22.

Hundreds came downtown to see and create their own chalk art.

Free chalk was passed out on Monroe Center Avenue in Grand Rapids.

The road was closed for the event which brought visitors to many downtown businesses.

The Chalk Flood helped raise money for Rays of Hope.

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