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  • Odalie Bernash, of Claremont, runs through a cloud of blue powder during the 5K “Go for Food” walk and run in Claremont on Saturday. Bernash came up with the idea for the run as a way to raise money for the Claremont Soup Kitchen, now in its 30th year, and to start a scholarship for children in need to participate in the city’s recreation programs. (Valley News - James M. Patterson)

    Odalie Bernash, of Claremont, runs through a cloud of blue powder during the 5K “Go for Food” walk and run in Claremont on Saturday. Bernash came up with the idea for the run as a way to raise money for the Claremont Soup Kitchen, now in its 30th year, and to start a scholarship for children in need to participate in the city’s recreation programs. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Purchase photo reprints »

  • Linda Dobson, of Claremont, crosses the finish through a barrage of yellow powder. (Valley News - James M. Patterson)

    Linda Dobson, of Claremont, crosses the finish through a barrage of yellow powder. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Purchase photo reprints »

  • Odalie Bernash, of Claremont, runs through a cloud of blue powder during the 5K “Go for Food” walk and run in Claremont on Saturday. Bernash came up with the idea for the run as a way to raise money for the Claremont Soup Kitchen, now in its 30th year, and to start a scholarship for children in need to participate in the city’s recreation programs. (Valley News - James M. Patterson)
  • Linda Dobson, of Claremont, crosses the finish through a barrage of yellow powder. (Valley News - James M. Patterson)

Above: Odalie Bernash, of Claremont, runs through a cloud of blue powder during the 5K “Go for Food” walk and run in Claremont on Saturday. Bernash came up with the idea for the run as a way to raise money for the Claremont Soup Kitchen, now in its 30th year, and to start a scholarship for children in need to participate in the city’s recreation programs. Right: Linda Dobson, of Claremont, crosses the finish through a barrage of yellow powder.

Valley News photographs —
James M. Patterson