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Running Clubs Lace Up In Support Of Boston Marathon Victims

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Around 300 runners and walkers took part in a Tuesday night event in Haddon Township to honor the victims of the Boston Marathon. Around 300 runners and walkers took part in a Tuesday night event in Haddon Township to honor the victims of the Boston Marathon.
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Around 300 people laced up and hit the track at Haddon Township High School Tuesday night, all in support of the victims of the Boston Marathon attack.

Runners and walkers took part in the Tuesday night event, organized by the Haddonfield Running Company. Many of the participants say they knew someone who ran in Monday's marathon.

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In another local event, one of the runners says she ran in the Boston Marathon Monday and was back in town to honor the victims.

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