RUNNERS SUPPORT SPECIAL OLYMPICS -- Students and chaperones with the ENCORE after school running club at Jay/Westfield Joint Elementary School put on their running shoes May 29 to be a part of the 2014 Law Enforcement Torch Run which supports Special Olympics. After an exciting run through the Village of Jay and back to the school, led by law enforcement officers and escorted by law enforcement vehicles, the runners went on to complete a 5K. Dr. Kristy Ellis, principal of Jay/Westfield Joint Elementary School, organized the running club's participation in this fundraiser for Vermont Special Olympics, collecting over $450 dollars to support the athletes who participate in the statewide annual event. Students and chaperones were happy to display their enthusiasm, training and determination in the Torch Run.
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