Annual Run for Holland charity race goes virtual as pandemic continues

  • Run for Holland Organizer Adam Burleson takes off and leads the children’s portion of the annual Run for Holland charity race in this file photo from 2019. The annual event was originally delayed until Sept. 19 and has now moved into a virtual format due to the ongoing pandemic. Runners will complete their treks on their own time and submit their times online. The event will still benefit the local special needs community and participants can still win prizes. (MNJ file photo)
SPRUCE PINE — The annual Run for Holland charity race will take on a new form this year due to the ongoing pandemic.  Run for Holland, which is presented by nonprofit Run for Holland Foundation,…

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