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Richland Bank Holds 5K Run to benefit Relay for Life

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  Original Published: 8/24/2014

Richland Bank held its own 5K run to benefit Relay for Life. The 5K started at Malabar Middle School and snaked around some of the nearby residential areas before returning to the Malabar parking lot.

"5Ks are very popular lately with people getting fit," said Kristina Dickison, Assistant Manager at Richland Bank.

Dickison notes that while Richland Bank has held benefits before, the 5K has been the most successful. The bank hopes to hold the event again next year, with even more people than before.

   
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