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Emporians get moving to support MUPP Board

Emporia residents got moving Saturday morning as part of the third annual Grimmett Construction Move Emporia 10K run and 2K fun run and walk.

Proceeds raised benefit the Multi-Use Path Planning Board. Spokesperson Cassie Crotts says the board is a city-county advisory board that works toward making Emporia a more walking and cycling friendly community.



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Emporia resident Tina Kahn took part in the fun run and says the event is always a good time.



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Last year's event raised more than $5,000. Fundraising totals should be announced by late in the week. Photos are online with this story at KVOE.com.


Men's 10K winners. Photo by Scott Hayes/KVOE News


Women's 10K winners. Photo by Scott Hayes/KVOE News

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Last modified on Wednesday, 11 April 2018 10:31