Color run donation benefits foundation


The Silverstreet Lutheran Youth Group hosted a 5K Color Run on Sept. 17 to benefit the Ruth S. Pugh Foundation, which supports individuals with disabilities and special needs in Newberry County and works with the Newberry DSN Board. Lindsay Piersol, left, youth leader from Silverstreet Lutheran Church, presented a check to Harold Folk, chairman of the Ruth S. Pugh Foundation.


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The Silverstreet Lutheran Youth Group hosted a 5K Color Run on Sept. 17 to benefit the Ruth S. Pugh Foundation, which supports individuals with disabilities and special needs in Newberry County and works with the Newberry DSN Board. Lindsay Piersol, left, youth leader from Silverstreet Lutheran Church, presented a check to Harold Folk, chairman of the Ruth S. Pugh Foundation.

The Silverstreet Lutheran Youth Group hosted a 5K Color Run on Sept. 17 to benefit the Ruth S. Pugh Foundation, which supports individuals with disabilities and special needs in Newberry County and works with the Newberry DSN Board. Lindsay Piersol, left, youth leader from Silverstreet Lutheran Church, presented a check to Harold Folk, chairman of the Ruth S. Pugh Foundation.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_IMG_6837.jpgThe Silverstreet Lutheran Youth Group hosted a 5K Color Run on Sept. 17 to benefit the Ruth S. Pugh Foundation, which supports individuals with disabilities and special needs in Newberry County and works with the Newberry DSN Board. Lindsay Piersol, left, youth leader from Silverstreet Lutheran Church, presented a check to Harold Folk, chairman of the Ruth S. Pugh Foundation. Courtesy photo
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