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Heat doesn't stop 900 from running for disabled vets in Cold Spring

Despite the heat and wind, more than 900 participants ran in Saturday’s Old Glory Run in Cold Spring, an annual event to raise money for the Disabled American Veterans organization. For the past five years, the 3.1-mile run has raised almost $90,000 for the cause.
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Despite the heat and wind, more than 900 participants ran in Saturday’s Old Glory Run in Cold Spring, an annual event to raise money for the Disabled American Veterans organization. For the past five years, the 3.1-mile run has raised almost $90,000 for the cause.

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