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DAPI Moms On A Mission 5K

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Nearly 100 runners, walkers and spectators braved the damp chill to support the Delaware Adolescent Program’s fourth annual Moms On a Mission (MOM) 5K Wednesday evening. Local runners Ryan Pommerening and Lynn Knothe took first place male and female overall, with times of 17:21 and 19:49, respectively. Delaware Adolescent Program (DAPI) Executive Director Lucy O’Donnell congratulated participants and praised the volunteers and supporters who made the event a success, including ShopRite, Pine Mountain Springs, Rehoboth Beach Running Company and Bloomsberry Flowers. Proceeds from the 5K support DAPI’s work helping pregnant and parenting teens succeed in school and in life. To learn more or to make a contribution, visit www.dapi.org.

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