New Hampshire Nuns used the therapeutic power of running to help trouble kids, and their work has evolved into the St. Charles 5-K, held every Labor Day. Imagine the sight of bouncy kids in orange vests, accompanied by nuns in habits (which seems aerodynamically ill-advised, doesn’t it?) Last year, the race drew 500 runners and yielded $12,000. Click here for some motivation for YOUR Labor Day run. And scroll down for some more run refreshment – a COOLER than normal forecast!
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Sean, I thought the whole attcak on a light rail system was misplaced; otherwise, it was dead on. The rail system benefits poor inner city folks as much as it does suburbanites. It gives them job mobility they don’t currently have if they can’t afford a vehicle or don’t have a valid driver’s license.