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Run Joy-Hope, the 4th annual 5k/10k for the Joy-Hope Foundation, was held on Saturday October 12th at Brandywine Valley Baptist Church in Wilmington. Over 300 participants and volunteers came out to use their energy for those who can’t and over $17,000 was raised to provide New Memory Making Getaways for families grieving the loss of a child due to a medical condition. In attendance were Josh and Mandy Titter, whom Joy-Hope sent on a getaway in July. Team Cara, who came out to run and walk in support of Josh and Mandy and in memory of their daughter Cara, won the largest team contest. For more about the Titters and other Joy-Hope families, and to keep an eye on other upcoming events, go to www.joyhopefoundation.com.

Photos by Yvonne Sanders Photography


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