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Over 100 participants in the second annual Valley First Feed the Valley  five-kilometre run leave the starting line. Sunday’s event raised nearly $2,000 to help area food banks. The male winner was Jeff Symonds, finishing in a time of 16 minutes 52 seconds. The top female was Emily Clarke in 22 minutes 26 seconds.       - Photo submitted
Over 100 participants in the second annual Valley First Feed the Valley five-kilometre run leave the starting line. Sunday’s event raised nearly $2,000 to help area food banks. The male winner was Jeff Symonds, finishing in a time of 16 minutes 52 seconds. The top female was Emily Clarke in 22 minutes 26 seconds.
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