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Faith Bemiss | DemocratThe Pettis County Girl Scouts 5K Color Run/Walk got off on the right foot with 40 plus runners and walkers participating in the fundraising event early Saturday morning on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. At various points in the run Girl Scout members and leaders were stationed with squeeze bottles full of colored cornstarch dousing runners with puffs of bright colors. The event was part of a summer fundraising project to help with repairs for Girl Scout Camp Sacajawea.
Faith Bemiss | DemocratThe Pettis County Girl Scouts 5K Color Run/Walk got off on the right foot with 40 plus runners and walkers participating in the fundraising event early Saturday morning on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. At various points in the run Girl Scout members and leaders were stationed with squeeze bottles full of colored cornstarch dousing runners with puffs of bright colors. The event was part of a summer fundraising project to help with repairs for Girl Scout Camp Sacajawea.
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Faith Bemiss | Democrat


The Pettis County Girl Scouts 5K Color Run/Walk got off on the right foot with 40 plus runners and walkers participating in the fundraising event early Saturday morning on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. At various points in the run Girl Scout members and leaders were stationed with squeeze bottles full of colored cornstarch dousing runners with puffs of bright colors. The event was part of a summer fundraising project to help with repairs for Girl Scout Camp Sacajawea.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Alexus Rissller, on right, with Smithton Girl Scout Troop 30752, sprays bright yellow powder onto a young runner in the Girl Scout Color Run on Saturday morning. Alexus was working the check point with her sister Valerie Rissller and Troop Leader Karen Hill.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Bringing up the rear of the Girl Scout Color Run, with her brightly colored yoga pants, was Angie Todd, of Sedalia, and her grandchildren Marley Slavin, 5, on left, and Keegan Randall, 6. “We’re the last ones,” she said smiling and in good spirits. “We were already committed and I broke my toe.”


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Girl Scout Troop Leader Kim Horseman, on right, and her daughter Audrey Horseman with Troop 30303 have fun spraying runners at the first check point with blue power Saturday morning in the 5K Color Run/Walk. Charlotte Scholl, one of the event’s organizers said runners ranged in age from 4 to 63.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Payton Camirond, 15, was first to cross the finish line Saturday morning in the Girl Scout 5K/ Color Run. Camirond made the run in 22:37 minutes and was registered in the 10-19 age category. Runners were divided in age groups and first, second and third place would be chosen in each division.


 
 
 
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