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Rowe's Research Runners Returns, This Time With New Features Including Live Music

Sunday 14 October 2018

 

From US news outlet Centre Daily News:

 

Rowe's Research Runners
Rowe’s Research Runners Walk/Run/Roll will be held
Oct. 20 at the Pennsylvania Military Museum.
(Photo provided)
 

Rowe’s Research Runners returns, this time with new features including live music

By Kevin Briggs
October 11, 2018
Copyright © 2013-2018 All rights reserved.

The music never stops emerging from the hidden places right before our eyes.

I’m a teacher by day — a 10th grade English teacher at Bellefonte Area High School — and I have the pleasure of working with hundreds of really great kids every day, some of whom are musicians, and some of whom are in bands that gig in our area.

One of those bands is Sauce, a sweet five-piece improv band that is playing the 2nd annual Rowe’s Research Runners One Mile Walk/Run/Roll at the Pennsylvania Military Museum at 2 p.m. Oct. 20, with a rain date of Oct. 21. It’s a charity run designed to raise money for chronic fatigue syndrome, Dysautonomia and related illnesses.

“This fundraiser is a great opportunity to give back to the community,” said Sauce singer and piano player Halle Mitchell, “and we really support the cause.”

 

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