A dash of color


The Sampson Arts Council held the RUN 2 the Arts 5k Color Run Nov. 7. Runners were doused from head to toe in a rainbow of color powder as they ran the 3.1 miles through downtown Clinton. The Arts Council is especially appreciative of the sponsors, race committee, local artists and others for helping with the event. Awards were given to: top male runners Blake Herring and Wyatt Raynor; top female runner was Erika Starling; age 1-9 was Sophia Jackson and Zach Pope; age 10-14 was Jessica Parker and Spencer Westerbeek; age 15-18 was Janna Sims and David Huffman; age 19-24 was Ciarra Riddle and Casey Yang; age 25-29 was Austin Peterson and Pedro Acevedo; age 30-34 was Brook Gillis and Lance Faulkner, Sr.; age 35-39 was Donna St. Pierre and Thomas Taylor; age 40-44 was Karla Naylor and Neill Westerbeek; age 45-49 was Sharon Spell and James McLamb; ate 50-54 was Lisa Turlington and Terry Miller; age 55-59 was Margaret Pope and Thomas Pope; and age 60-64 was Anna Peele and Gary Threatt.


The Sampson Arts Council held the RUN 2 the Arts 5k Color Run Nov. 7. Runners were doused from head to toe in a rainbow of color powder as they ran the 3.1 miles through downtown Clinton. The Arts Council is especially appreciative of the sponsors, race committee, local artists and others for helping with the event. Awards were given to: top male runners Blake Herring and Wyatt Raynor; top female runner was Erika Starling; age 1-9 was Sophia Jackson and Zach Pope; age 10-14 was Jessica Parker and Spencer Westerbeek; age 15-18 was Janna Sims and David Huffman; age 19-24 was Ciarra Riddle and Casey Yang; age 25-29 was Austin Peterson and Pedro Acevedo; age 30-34 was Brook Gillis and Lance Faulkner, Sr.; age 35-39 was Donna St. Pierre and Thomas Taylor; age 40-44 was Karla Naylor and Neill Westerbeek; age 45-49 was Sharon Spell and James McLamb; ate 50-54 was Lisa Turlington and Terry Miller; age 55-59 was Margaret Pope and Thomas Pope; and age 60-64 was Anna Peele and Gary Threatt.

The Sampson Arts Council held the RUN 2 the Arts 5k Color Run Nov. 7. Runners were doused from head to toe in a rainbow of color powder as they ran the 3.1 miles through downtown Clinton. The Arts Council is especially appreciative of the sponsors, race committee, local artists and others for helping with the event. Awards were given to: top male runners Blake Herring and Wyatt Raynor; top female runner was Erika Starling; age 1-9 was Sophia Jackson and Zach Pope; age 10-14 was Jessica Parker and Spencer Westerbeek; age 15-18 was Janna Sims and David Huffman; age 19-24 was Ciarra Riddle and Casey Yang; age 25-29 was Austin Peterson and Pedro Acevedo; age 30-34 was Brook Gillis and Lance Faulkner, Sr.; age 35-39 was Donna St. Pierre and Thomas Taylor; age 40-44 was Karla Naylor and Neill Westerbeek; age 45-49 was Sharon Spell and James McLamb; ate 50-54 was Lisa Turlington and Terry Miller; age 55-59 was Margaret Pope and Thomas Pope; and age 60-64 was Anna Peele and Gary Threatt.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Rainbow-of-color.jpgThe Sampson Arts Council held the RUN 2 the Arts 5k Color Run Nov. 7. Runners were doused from head to toe in a rainbow of color powder as they ran the 3.1 miles through downtown Clinton. The Arts Council is especially appreciative of the sponsors, race committee, local artists and others for helping with the event. Awards were given to: top male runners Blake Herring and Wyatt Raynor; top female runner was Erika Starling; age 1-9 was Sophia Jackson and Zach Pope; age 10-14 was Jessica Parker and Spencer Westerbeek; age 15-18 was Janna Sims and David Huffman; age 19-24 was Ciarra Riddle and Casey Yang; age 25-29 was Austin Peterson and Pedro Acevedo; age 30-34 was Brook Gillis and Lance Faulkner, Sr.; age 35-39 was Donna St. Pierre and Thomas Taylor; age 40-44 was Karla Naylor and Neill Westerbeek; age 45-49 was Sharon Spell and James McLamb; ate 50-54 was Lisa Turlington and Terry Miller; age 55-59 was Margaret Pope and Thomas Pope; and age 60-64 was Anna Peele and Gary Threatt.
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