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Sunday, September 23, 2018
PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDCetronia Ambulance Corps EMT Brianna Bennicoff and Shih-tzu Roxy, 12, are ready to hit the road at the recent Cetronia Ambulance Corps 5K. Copyright - Lou Wheeland PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDCetronia Ambulance Corps EMT Brianna Bennicoff and Shih-tzu Roxy, 12, are ready to hit the road at the recent Cetronia Ambulance Corps 5K. Copyright - Lou Wheeland
Eric and Melissa Inselmamn sign in with volunteer Lana Fetner at the race. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Eric and Melissa Inselmamn sign in with volunteer Lana Fetner at the race. Copyright - Lou Wheeland
Hoping to keep up with their Belgium Shepherd, Chase, Brandy and Morgan Bowen are ready to run. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Hoping to keep up with their Belgium Shepherd, Chase, Brandy and Morgan Bowen are ready to run. Copyright - Lou Wheeland
ABOVE: And they are off! With a Cetronia Ambulance leading, runners at the annual Cetronia Ambulance Corps 5K, hit the road as the rain hits them. LEFT: Eric and Melissa Inselmann sign in with volunteer Lana Fetner at the race. Copyright - Lou Wheeland ABOVE: And they are off! With a Cetronia Ambulance leading, runners at the annual Cetronia Ambulance Corps 5K, hit the road as the rain hits them. LEFT: Eric and Melissa Inselmann sign in with volunteer Lana Fetner at the race. Copyright - Lou Wheeland
Finishing in second place over all was Tom Harper as he arrives at the finish in less than 21 minutes. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Finishing in second place over all was Tom Harper as he arrives at the finish in less than 21 minutes. Copyright - Lou Wheeland
Michele Brinker, first woman to cross the finish line, is happy with her effort. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Michele Brinker, first woman to cross the finish line, is happy with her effort. Copyright - Lou Wheeland
Just beating mom, Haruya, at the finish, Miwa Ogawa, 10, receives congratulations and his award from Larry Wiersch, chief executive officer of Cetronia Ambulance Corps. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Just beating mom, Haruya, at the finish, Miwa Ogawa, 10, receives congratulations and his award from Larry Wiersch, chief executive officer of Cetronia Ambulance Corps. Copyright - Lou Wheeland

Cetronia’s 5K

Thursday, June 21, 2018 by The Press in Local News