Saturday, November 21, 2009

Arts and athletics

This morning, more than 250 runners took part in the Harvest Hustle 5 kilometer run at Lakewood Ranch, raising money for the All Faiths Food Bank to help feed the hungry.

The run started at Harvest United Methodist Church and looped through the Country Club neighborhood. Rev. Stephen Price said it was the largest turnout in the history of the event. Last year, there were fewer than 190 runners.

Also today, the Fall Art Show of the Creative Arts Association of Lakewood Ranch is underway at Town Hall. The show continues until 4 p.m. Lots of arts to see, friendly artists to meet, good things to eat, performances to enjoy from the Southeast High School band, and therapeutic massage by Sarah J. Hunter.


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