Running For The Kids – Waterloo Optimist 5K Benefits Local Youth Programs

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Hundreds of runners came together Saturday morning, Aug. 24, for the 17th annual Waterloo Optimist 5K Run. Proceeds benefit the numerous Optimist-sponsored programs that benefit youth in the community. Prior to the start of the race Waterloo Mayor Tom Smith asked for a moment of silence in honor of Nick Hopkins. The 33-year-old ISP officer …

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