Hundreds hit road for Emily's Run

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Sarah Greaney of Lewiston carries the American flag Sunday morning as she heads into the home stretch of Emily’s Run, which began and ended at Edward Little High School in Auburn. Greaney has no military background, but is a member of Team Red, White & Blue, a national service organization that brings physical fitness challenges and fun social activities to veterans combating post-traumatic stress disorder. (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)

Ryan Smith of Farmington (No. 349) leads several hundred runners Sunday morning at the start of Emily’s Run at Edward Little High School in Auburn. The 5K race is one of the Triple Crown races in the area. The race, in its 14th year, is held in memory of Emily Fletcher, a local standout runner who was killed in a car accident in 2004. Money raised from Emily’s Run funds two scholarships presented to deserving students. The money has also funded a reading room in Emily’s and her mother’s honor at the Auburn Public Library. Visit sunjournal.com to view dozens of photos from the race. (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)

Heather Gallant, left, and Mary Pardi sprint to the finish Sunday morning during Emily’s Run at Edward Little High School. The 5K race is one of the Triple Crown races in the area. The race, in its 14th year, is held in memory of Emily Fletcher, a local standout runner who was killed in a car accident in 2004. Money raised from Emily’s Run funds two scholarships presented to deserving students. The money has also funded a reading room in Emily’s and her mother’s honor at the Auburn Public Library. Visit sunjournal.com to view dozens of photos from the race. (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)

 

Sarah Greaney of Lewiston carries the American flag Sunday morning as she heads into the home stretch of Emily’s Run, which started and finished at Edward Little High School in Auburn. Greaney has no military background but is a member of Team Red, White & Blue, a national service organization that brings physical fitness challenges and fun social activities to veterans combating post-traumatic stress disorder. (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)

Sarah Greaney of Lewiston carries the American flag Sunday morning as she heads into the home stretch of Emily’s Run, which started and finished at Edward Little High School in Auburn. Greaney has no military background but is a member of Team Red, White & Blue, a national service organization that brings physical fitness challenges and fun social activities to veterans combating post-traumatic stress disorder. (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)

Sarah Greaney of Lewiston carries the American flag Sunday morning as she heads into the home stretch of Emily’s Run, which started and finished at Edward Little High School in Auburn. Greaney has no military background but is a member of Team Red, White & Blue, a national service organization that brings physical fitness challenges and fun social activities to veterans combating post-traumatic stress disorder. (Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal)

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