Super race raises funds


Staff report



Walkers of all ages participated in the London Rib and Jazz Festival Superhero 5K.


Contributed photo

Captain America protects some of the participants from last Saturday’s London Rib and Jazz Festival’s Superhero 5K.


Contributed photo

Captain America protects some of the participants from last Saturday’s London Rib and Jazz Fest’s Superhero 5K.

All of the proceeds from the annual race benefits Access Cowling, the effort to build a new, accessible and inclusive playground in Cowling Park.

The playground is named in memory of Noah Hagmeier. Among those participating were the Hagmeier family and representatives of the Madison County Board of Developmental Disabilities.

For those looking for information on Access Cowling, can follow the organization’s Facebook page.

Walkers of all ages participated in the London Rib and Jazz Festival Superhero 5K.
http://madison-press.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/08/web1_Super-2.jpgWalkers of all ages participated in the London Rib and Jazz Festival Superhero 5K. Contributed photo

Captain America protects some of the participants from last Saturday’s London Rib and Jazz Festival’s Superhero 5K.
http://madison-press.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/08/web1_super-run-17.jpgCaptain America protects some of the participants from last Saturday’s London Rib and Jazz Festival’s Superhero 5K. Contributed photo

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