Deliverymen Steve Taylor, far left, and Chad Shepherd, right, team up with volunteer Rebecca Warriner as they unload hundreds of water bottles Sunday during the Tobacco Road Marathon in Cary.
Deliverymen Steve Taylor, far left, and Chad Shepherd, right, team up with volunteer Rebecca Warriner as they unload hundreds of water bottles Sunday during the Tobacco Road Marathon in Cary. Photos by John Hamlin jhamlin@newsobserver.com
Deliverymen Steve Taylor, far left, and Chad Shepherd, right, team up with volunteer Rebecca Warriner as they unload hundreds of water bottles Sunday during the Tobacco Road Marathon in Cary. Photos by John Hamlin jhamlin@newsobserver.com

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