In the community

Runners blasted with color for Malheur County’s children

Runners were encouraged to dress up in costume for the race.

Few went home with clean clothes, but with the chalk made from corn starch, a trip to the washing machine meant runners could wear clean shirts throughout the year showing their support.

The race was colorful right from the start line.

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