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Locals bring flair

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By Mickey Patterson

LOUISVILLE – From group efforts involving families to raising money for charity in super hero costumes, there were plenty of Oldham County residents among the more than 12,000 runners in the Kentucky Derby Festival mini-marathon Saturday.

The biggest group was a crew of runners from the Centerfield Elementary School cross country program that included parents, members of the team and the coaching staff.


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