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Hortonville schools take part in Color Run

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Sue Diestler and her 7-year-old granddaughter Emilia Schauland break away from the starting line in rainbow skirts, not yet full of colored powder at the start of the Sources of Strength Color Run held at Lions Park in Greenville on Saturday, May 4. Scott Bellile photo

The Hortonville Area School District’s Color Run returned to Lions Park in Greenville on Saturday, May 4.

The second annual event was organized by Sources of Strength, a student-led mental wellness organization at Hortonville High School. Sources of Strength encourages people to discover the positive qualities that make them unique and draw upon those in times of adversity.

Runners passed through all colors of the rainbow and encountered inspiring messages posted on boards along their route.

Whereas last year’s event proceeds went to Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs, money raised this year will be donated to the Hortonville Community Food Pantry in Dale.

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