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Early Risers Kiwanis announce winners of Grocery Dash

The grocery dash took place Oct. 3 at Fareway in Worthington.

Grocery Dash winners and/or runners include Jennifer Brunk, Cindy Becker, Marlis Ling and Ehta Hso.
Grocery Dash winners and/or runners include Jennifer Brunk, Cindy Becker, Marlis Ling and Ehta Hso.
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WORTHINGTON — Cindy Becker was the winner in the Early Riser’s Kiwanis Grocery Dash, which took place on Oct. 3 at Fareway in Worthington. Becker asked Todd Scripture to be her runner in the two-minute “all groceries” dash.

Early Risers Kiwanis members are joined by Fareway Manager Fredi Magaña in packaging up the groceries for one of the grocery dash shoppers.
Early Risers Kiwanis members are joined by Fareway Manager Fredi Magaña in packaging up the groceries for one of the grocery dash shoppers.
Special to The Globe

Second place dasher was Jennifer Brunk, running for her brother-in-law, Gene Brunk, while third place dasher was Margaret Geertsema, running for Marlis Ling. The fourth place winner was Paw Lay, who had her daughter, Ehta Hso, run for her.

The Early Risers offered thanks to Fareway Manager, Fredi Magaña, and all community members who supported the fundraiser.

Early Risers Kiwanis members gathered at Fareway for their annual Grocery Dash event earlier this month.
Early Risers Kiwanis members gathered at Fareway for their annual Grocery Dash event earlier this month.
Special to The Globe

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