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updated: 4/14/2014 2:53 PM

Elgin man finishes first in Elburn's Dewey Dash

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  • Gianni Middona, 5, of Elburn holds an encouraging sign for Cimmy Nakum, 12, of Elburn, who finishes the 10th annual Dewey Dash race, held Sunday in downtown Elburn. According to a race results website, Cimmy took first place in her age division in the 5K.

       Gianni Middona, 5, of Elburn holds an encouraging sign for Cimmy Nakum, 12, of Elburn, who finishes the 10th annual Dewey Dash race, held Sunday in downtown Elburn. According to a race results website, Cimmy took first place in her age division in the 5K.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

  • Participants start the 10th annual Dewey Dash race held in downtown Elburn.

       Participants start the 10th annual Dewey Dash race held in downtown Elburn.
    Daniel White | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald staff reports

"From Pooh to Who" was the theme of the 10th annual Dewey Dash Race, which was held Sunday to benefit the Town and Country Public Library in Elburn.

Top finishers in the 5K included Joe Russo of Elgin, Dave Ginsberg of Geneva, James Sobucki III of Elburn, Ray Heriaud of Sheridan, Mallory Sanzeri of Carol Stream, Laura Herra of Elburn, Susan Brinkworth of Elburn, and Kendra Sterkel of Maple Park, according to racetime.info, a race results website.

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The race, which allows participants to dress in theme costume if they like, features a 5K race and a one-mile run/walk.

Some of the race's perks include T-shirts, goody bags, and a generous spread of food post-race.

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