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Sugar Hollow Bridges Races Raise $3K for White Hall Community Center

Rolf Skyber crossing the finish line (Photo: Mike Marshall)

The fourth annual Sugar Hollow Bridges 5K and 10K races March 11 raised $3,000 to pay for renovations to the White Hall Community Center and for the scholarships and community projects undertaken by the race sponsors, the White Hall Ruritan Club.

It was the race’s biggest field yet, 101 runners. The youngest was 10 years old and the oldest was 75.

Ann Mazur was the overall winner for the 5K with a time of 18:59. Rolf Skyber was the first male finisher in the 5K, at 21:13.

Erick Romig was the first finisher for the 10K at 33:55. Peggy Mowbray the first female in 10K at 47.43.

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