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YMCA in Cadillac Encouraged People to Start 2013 On the Right Foot

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Many people gathered in Cadillac today to start 2013 on the right foot.

Just before the new year arrives, people usually put together a New Years resolution.

Many resolutions usually include spending more time with family, eating healthier and to save more money.

Today, the YMCA in Cadillac helped kickstart some peoples resolutions early.

The 5k race helped raise money for their scholarship program which helps pay for those who can't afford their membership.

If your New Years resolution is to get fit or healthy, we've attached a link to the YMCA web page so you can find a location near you.

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