22nd Holiday Run in Lincoln took place on Sunday, finish line at Pioneers Park
LINCOLN, Nebraska – At the finish line at Pioneers Park, dog owners and their canine companions could be seen running, trotting, and walking one after the other. The Lincoln Track Club held its annual Holiday Run on Sunday, which was the 22nd time they’ve done so.
On the one mile and five kilometer races, participants walking and running wore festive costumes. After they finished the race, the dogs each received a unique biscuit in the shape of a squirrel.
Ann Ringlein, who is the vice president of the Lincoln Track Club, remarked that the situation was “wonderful.” “We are now officially in the midst of the holiday season. During the holiday season, it is customary for all of us to make charitable contributions so that we might help others. If you’re a runner, walker, or just a person who like dogs, this is the ideal way to spend your time. Simply to get some fresh air and enjoy the outdoors at Pioneer Park.”
The track club was able to provide $5,000 to the Capital Humane Society thanks to the money that was collected from the registration fees. That is the most generous donation made to date, which was made possible by the highest attendance: 400 people registered, and 200 dogs participated.
The Lincoln Track Club has stated that the event is about participating in healthy activities while also having a good time, and at this point, their focus has shifted to the run that will take place the following year in the hopes that it will be even more successful.
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