Fun run raises money for high school programs

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  • SARIA SCHERZER on the right, running next to her cousin, Jacob Naegeli on the left. (John Dowd/Clark Fork Valley Press)

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    KOLBY CROCHET helping Marquez Brandenburg finish the 5k on New Year’s Day 2020. (John Dowd/Clark Fork Valley Press)

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    IRAM MOORE finished the 5k with his trusty sidekick, Noble, a German shepard. (John Dowd,Clark Fork Valley Press)

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    THE START of the New Year’s Run, last Wednesday morning. (John Dowd/Clark Fork Valley Press)

  • SARIA SCHERZER on the right, running next to her cousin, Jacob Naegeli on the left. (John Dowd/Clark Fork Valley Press)

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    KOLBY CROCHET helping Marquez Brandenburg finish the 5k on New Year’s Day 2020. (John Dowd/Clark Fork Valley Press)

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    IRAM MOORE finished the 5k with his trusty sidekick, Noble, a German shepard. (John Dowd,Clark Fork Valley Press)

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    THE START of the New Year’s Run, last Wednesday morning. (John Dowd/Clark Fork Valley Press)

Several runners from Sanders County gathered in unseasonably warm and rainy weather to participate in an annual fun run 5k and 2k.

Participants met just outside Thompson Falls at the Elks Club. The event was hosted by the Clark Fork Valley Running Club, which has held the same run since 2000. This year it was organized by Sarah Naegeli.

The event cost participants $27, which included the cost of the shirt. The rest went to help the cross country program for both high school teams at Plains and Thompson Falls.

The run had 45 participants, including several students who participated, including a previous Thompson Falls student, Jacob Naegeli who became a very successful runner in high school and in college. Naegeli won the 5k event.

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