Race winners announced


Photos submitted The Harlan County Domestic Violence Council and Cumberland Valley Domestic Violence Services sponsored the ninth annual Run Against Rage 5K and the Fastest Kid in Town Race on May 7. The event raises awareness of domestic violence and funds to assist Harlan County domestic violence victims. At the close of the awards ceremony, Rev. Jim Woodring led the crowd in a moment of silence in memory of former council member Elsie Asher and Judge Jeff Brock, both of whom had assisted with the annual race since its inception. If you are in a relationship that scares you, call the 24-hour crisis line at 800-755-5348 or to speak with the victim advocate call 606-392-1129. The first place overall winner of the 5K was Dr. Mohammad Samih with a run time of 19:45. Dr. Samih is pictured with Sheryl Caudel, race director. Harlan County’s fastest kids in town are pictured with race director, Julie Jackson.


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The Harlan County Domestic Violence Council and Cumberland Valley Domestic Violence Services sponsored the ninth annual Run Against Rage 5K and the Fastest Kid in Town Race on May 7. The event raises awareness of domestic violence and funds to assist Harlan County domestic violence victims. At the close of the awards ceremony, Rev. Jim Woodring led the crowd in a moment of silence in memory of former council member Elsie Asher and Judge Jeff Brock, both of whom had assisted with the annual race since its inception. If you are in a relationship that scares you, call the 24-hour crisis line at 800-755-5348 or to speak with the victim advocate call 606-392-1129. The first place overall winner of the 5K was Dr. Mohammad Samih with a run time of 19:45. Dr. Samih is pictured with Sheryl Caudel, race director. Harlan County’s fastest kids in town are pictured with race director, Julie Jackson.

Photos submitted The Harlan County Domestic Violence Council and Cumberland Valley Domestic Violence Services sponsored the ninth annual Run Against Rage 5K and the Fastest Kid in Town Race on May 7. The event raises awareness of domestic violence and funds to assist Harlan County domestic violence victims. At the close of the awards ceremony, Rev. Jim Woodring led the crowd in a moment of silence in memory of former council member Elsie Asher and Judge Jeff Brock, both of whom had assisted with the annual race since its inception. If you are in a relationship that scares you, call the 24-hour crisis line at 800-755-5348 or to speak with the victim advocate call 606-392-1129. The first place overall winner of the 5K was Dr. Mohammad Samih with a run time of 19:45. Dr. Samih is pictured with Sheryl Caudel, race director. Harlan County’s fastest kids in town are pictured with race director, Julie Jackson.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Race-winner.jpgPhotos submitted The Harlan County Domestic Violence Council and Cumberland Valley Domestic Violence Services sponsored the ninth annual Run Against Rage 5K and the Fastest Kid in Town Race on May 7. The event raises awareness of domestic violence and funds to assist Harlan County domestic violence victims. At the close of the awards ceremony, Rev. Jim Woodring led the crowd in a moment of silence in memory of former council member Elsie Asher and Judge Jeff Brock, both of whom had assisted with the annual race since its inception. If you are in a relationship that scares you, call the 24-hour crisis line at 800-755-5348 or to speak with the victim advocate call 606-392-1129. The first place overall winner of the 5K was Dr. Mohammad Samih with a run time of 19:45. Dr. Samih is pictured with Sheryl Caudel, race director. Harlan County’s fastest kids in town are pictured with race director, Julie Jackson.

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