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1st Annual "Toy Trot" to Raise Money for Toys for Tots

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What's better than running for your health?

How about running for a good cause?

Saturday morning in Cadillac, runners will do just that, running a 5K to raise money for Toys for Tots.

The first annual "Toy Trot" will start Saturday morning at 10 A-M at Cadillac City Park with the 5K part of the run--

a 1K race will begin at 10:30.

The race is sponsored by Toy Town, whose goal to raise $4,000 this Christmas for Toys for Tots was already met.

The store will be matching dollar-for-dollar their grand total.

For more information on how you can run, go to www.toytowncadillac.com

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