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Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2022 11:59:16 -0400
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Hello friends!

Now that temperatures have returned to a level which is more conducive to
running, I want to make a last-minute plug for an event we have in Gorham
*THIS FRIDAY* at 7 pm - the Second Edition Print Run 5K!  What is this
magical race you ask?  It's an evening 5K with a flat and easy course that
starts and ends at Baxter Memorial Library.  Race shirts are still
available for registrants (they are gorgeous performance shirts in charcoal
grey!), and you can preregister online at .  Race
Day registration is also available.  If you're within an easy drive of
Gorham, we'd love to have a librarian runner presence at our race - I know
you all are out there :)  I'd also love to see your beautiful librarian
faces as well!


Nissa Flanagan
Deputy Director
Baxter Memorial Library
Town of Gorham
71 South Street
Gorham, ME 04038

Telephone (207) 222-1190
FAX (207) 839-7749

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