The expected large crowd for the sixth annual Stein Hospice 5K did not disappoint Saturday morning.
A record 292 runners and walkers turned out, making it the largest number of competitors since the 5K began in 2007.
A big reason for the turnout was in honor of Chris Smith, the Perkins cross country coach and Stein Hospice pharmacist who was killed in a car crash June 10.
Instead of runners Saturday morning having a tag on their backs, bracelets were handed out and people were allowed to write on the bracelet who they were running for.
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