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Heart & Sole Race Reaches Record

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It's a record year for the Heart & Sole Race.

More than 3,000 people have registered, and there's still time to sign up. You can head down to Mansfield Center at St. Vincent Healthcare between 10 and 6PM Thursday and Friday. Event organizer Karen Sanford Gall says more families are making the decision to participate and are encouraging extra family members to join in.

"We added a team division and its free so with your entrance into the registration fee into the race you can put your family team or your work team together and we have well over 180 teams signed up and were excited about that," says Sanford Gall.

Friday is the last day to register because you won't be able to register the day of the race. Teams will get a free picture taken at the end of the run.

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