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Tuesday, January 26, 2021

3rd Annual KIDS Fund 5K

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Last Saturday’s Delaware Kids In Distressed Situations (KIDS) Fund 5K  raised nearly $11,000 to help the more than 120,000 hungry kids in our local communities. A portion of the proceeds will also be donated to the Limestone Presbyterian Church Food Closet.

Presented by ARS Fleet Service, My Sherpa, Drinker Biddle and in partnership with UnitedHealthCare Community Plan, this annual 5K run/walk featured a Kiddie K before the start of the race, a misting tent for runners and a dunk tank — a nice treat on a hot day!

The after-party, held at James Street Tavern, included live music, coffee from Java Puppy and appearances by Rocky Blue Winkle and YoUDee. Michael Daigeaun and Kelly Horowitz, the overall male and female winners from the field of 280 runners, received Apple gift cards.


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