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Frigid weather doesn’t freeze out runners!

running_winter_1.jpgDespite the chill in the air, over 100 people hit the streets of historic Sherbrooke Village in full force for the 1st Annual Frosty 5k & Merry Mile. Presented by the Municipality of St. Mary’s, this great event took place at the Sherbrooke Village Exhibit Centre, and included a 5km Fun Run, a 2km kids-only run, and a 1km walk. While there was no set registration fee, these running enthusiasts raised over $2400 in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – Atlantic Region.