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Second Chocolate Run exceeds expectations
Near the starting line at Saturday's Chocolate Run 5K, Lakeisha Hall cheers on members of the local chapter of Black Girls Run, a national organization that encourages African American women to take charge of their physical health.
Donations are still coming in, and the second Chocolate Run possibly could see around $30,000 raised when the final tally is calculated. Early last week, the run had raised around $28,000, said Delia Mobley, the board chairwoman for Open Hearts Community Mission, the organization for which the 5K run/walk was held. The mission helps homeless people with immediate needs while also providing them resources to help them “get back on their feet,” according to the Chocolate Run’s website,
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