Bedford's Witch Way 5K, KidsK raise money for 2 good causes
The race on Saturday, Oct. 26, will raise money for technology equipment for the school and benefit a second good cause.
“We hope to hit 600 to 650 runners and walkers this year,” Withee said.
Principal Ed Joyce said this year, the money raised will go toward purchasing Chrome Book Cloud-based computers, as students file their papers to teachers electronically.
Mary Constance, executive director of Camp Allen, is grateful to the schools and the community.
“The people of Bedford are so generous. The town has opened their arms over the past couple of years. We’re so grateful to be part of such a great community,” said Constance.
“She was in her 40s when she passed away. She was the most giving person who didn’t want anyone to know. She wanted people to think she was tough,” said Constance.
The cost of the 5K race is $25 through noon on Oct. 25, and after noon through race day registration is $30. The cost of the kids run is $5. T-shirts are available for an additional $10.
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