More than 700 runners participated in St. Michael the Archangel Catholic School’s annual Jolly Elf Trail Run on Dec. 13. Close to a third of the school’s 500 students participated as runners or volunteers.
More than 700 runners participated in St. Michael the Archangel Catholic School’s annual Jolly Elf Trail Run on Dec. 13. Close to a third of the school’s 500 students participated as runners or volunteers. COURTESY OF SUSAN WASHBURN
More than 700 runners participated in St. Michael the Archangel Catholic School’s annual Jolly Elf Trail Run on Dec. 13. Close to a third of the school’s 500 students participated as runners or volunteers. COURTESY OF SUSAN WASHBURN

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