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Wun for Wiley 5K set for Sunday

Salisbury Police Officer Wiley Lamm is battling pancreatic cancer and his medical bills are mounting. The Salisbury Police Department and the Salisbury Rowan Runners have scheduled a 3.1 mile run/walk fund raiser to help offset some of Lamm’s medical costs.
The 5K will be held on Sunday, June 3 at 2 p.m. Race location is the track at Knox Middle School. The course will include part of the Greenway and the Eagle Heights neighborhood. All participants will get a commemorative dri-fit shirt and a chance to win awards in 8 age groups for both male and female. There will also be a [0xbd] mile fun run for kids, ages 12 and under. Lots of food and drinks will be available afterwards.
Title sponsor for the event is Gerry Wood Auto Group.
Online registration is available at www.sportoften.com and more information and a printable race registration form are available at www.salisburyrowanrunners.org
Salisbury Policeman Patrick Smith is the race director. Smith encourages everyone to come out to support Lamm by saying “Wiley has been with the PD for 19 years. During this time, he has been there for those in need. Now we can return the favor.” Smith can be reached at 704-202-2761.

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