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Friday, August 29, 2014
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These colors do run
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The Paint the Town 5K was a colorful event on Saturday. A total of 330 runners took part (shown below at the starting point at the former Druid Hills School), and they were sprayed with colored powder at several stops along the route in the Druid Hills section of Martinsville. Above, volunteers throw colored powder on the runners on Root Trail in the city. More photos, Page 6-A. (Bulletin photo by Mike Wray) A runner wearing a tutu gets covered in green powder on Root Trail. (Bulletin photo by Mike Wray) The Paint the Town 5K was a colorful event on Saturday. A total of 330 runners took part, and they were sprayed with colored powder at several stops along the route in the Druid Hills section of Martinsville. Henry County Sheriff Lane Perry shows his colors after taking part in the race. The event was held to support CHILL and a drug-free life, and was sponsored by the Community Recovery Program, the Harvest Foundation, HEY and the Re-entry Council and Drug Free MHC. (Bulletin photos by Mike Wray)
Joanie Davis is covered in colored powder as she carries her son Shane to the finish line. (Bulletin photo by Mike Wray) The Paint the Town 5K was a colorful event on Saturday. A total of 330 runners took part (shown at the starting point at the former Druid Hills School), and they were sprayed with colored powder at several stops along the route in the Druid Hills section of Martinsville. The event was held to support CHILL and a drug-free life, and was sponsored by the Community Recovery Program, the Harvest Foundation, HEY and the Re-entry Council and Drug Free MHC. (Bulletin photo by Mike Wray)

 
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