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    Freeze Your Gizzard races raise $17,000

    photoTimes-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny Ida Lee lifeguard Max Waterman, 16, of Leesburg, dressed up as a turkey and high-fived race participants as they neared the finish line at Ida Lee Park Nov. 17 for the 10th annual Freeze Your Gizzard 5k and mile runs benefiting Loudoun Interfaith Relief.

    The 10th Annual Freeze Your Gizzard 5K Run held on Nov. 17 raised $17,000 for Loudoun Interfaith Relief, according to Executive Director Bonnie Inman. Participating in the 5k race were 945 runners and 137 people were part of the 1 mile race.

    The event collected about 2,000 pounds of food for the organization, Inman said.

    “It was a very successful day,” she said.

    photoTimes-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny Hundreds of runners take off from the starting line at Ida Lee Park Nov. 17 for the 10th annual Freeze Your Gizzard 5k and mile runs benefiting Loudoun Interfaith Relief.
    photoTimes-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny Hundreds of runners participate in the 10th annual Freeze Your Gizzard 5k and mile runs at Ida Lee Park Nov. 17 benefiting Loudoun Interfaith Relief.
    photoTimes-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny Ida Lee lifeguard Max Waterman, 16, of Leesburg, dressed up as a turkey and high-fived race participants as they crossed the finish line at Ida Lee Park Nov. 17 for the 10th annual Freeze Your Gizzard 5k and mile runs benefiting Loudoun Interfaith Relief.
    photoTimes-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny Young runners race to the finish line at Ida Lee Park Nov. 17 for the 10th annual Freeze Your Gizzard 5k and mile runs benefiting Loudoun Interfaith Relief.
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