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  • Sleet & snow doesn't slow annual Turn Back the Clock run

    After a dusting of cold sleet and rain greeted the half marathon competitors a half hour before them a combined wave of 10k and 5k runners head out from Lacey's Rainier Vista Community Park early Sunday to kick off the 10th annual Turn Back the Clock fundraising run.

Sleet & snow doesn't slow annual Turn Back the Clock run

After a dusting of cold sleet and rain greeted the half marathon competitors a half hour before them a combined wave of 10k and 5k runners head out from Lacey's Rainier Vista Community Park early Sunday to kick off the 10th annual Turn Back the Clock fundraising run.
Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com