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After the run, eighth-graders Ashton Perez, left, and Raymond Singh, right, stopped to give Jan Leisher a hug.

Hundreds attend the Light the Night 5K on Dec. 14 for teacher battling breast cancer

Monday, Dec. 19, 2016 |

After the run, eighth-graders Ashton Perez, left, and Raymond Singh, right, stopped to give Jan Leisher a hug.

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Carmelo Acosta, left, power-walked his way to the finish line during the Light the Night 5k.

Monday, Dec. 19, 2016 |

Carmelo Acosta, left, power-walked his way to the finish line during the Light the Night 5k.

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At the finish line, a snow machine blew fake snow on the runners as they completed the Light the Night 5k.

Monday, Dec. 19, 2016 |

At the finish line, a snow machine blew fake snow on the runners as they completed the Light the Night 5k.

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Damaris Diaz embraced Jan Leisher after the race. Both of Diaz’s children had Leisher as a teacher when they attended Bridgewater Middle School.

Monday, Dec. 19, 2016 |

Damaris Diaz embraced Jan Leisher after the race. Both of Diaz’s children had Leisher as a teacher when they attended Bridgewater Middle School.

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During the run, more than $4,000 was raised to benefit Bridgewater Middle School teacher Jan Leisher who is battling breast cancer.

Monday, Dec. 19, 2016 |

During the run, more than $4,000 was raised to benefit Bridgewater Middle School teacher Jan Leisher who is battling breast cancer.

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After the run, tenth-grader Danny Sgattoni pulled out his soprano saxophone and started playing Jingle Bells.

Monday, Dec. 19, 2016 |

After the run, tenth-grader Danny Sgattoni pulled out his soprano saxophone and started playing Jingle Bells.

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More than 200 runners came out to the Light the Night 5k on Dec. 14 that was held at Independence.

Monday, Dec. 19, 2016 |

More than 200 runners came out to the Light the Night 5k on Dec. 14 that was held at Independence.

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