The Run Monkeys, a local Sunday morning run group, celebrate the sun on Dec. 3rd at Willows Beach with a 10k “Maui-thon”. From l to r: Gordon Reid, Phil Prendergast, Tom Lacey, Greg Gudgeon, Doug Henderson, Joe Forster, James Shypitka. (Courtesy Doug Henderson)

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The Run Monkeys, a local Sunday morning run group, celebrate the sun on Dec. 3 at Willows Beach.

The gang of Gordon Reid, Phil Prendergast, Tom Lacey, Greg Gudgeon, Doug Henderson, Joe Forster, James Shypitka marked the day with a with a 10k “Maui-thon.”


 

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