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Eye on the ball for Cupid Chase

Colorful clowns were just part of the excitement Saturday morning in Senoia as a few hundred participants turned out in frigid temperatures for the Cupid Chase, a 5K run and 1-mile walk fundraiser for the Citizens United in Research for Epilepsy (CURE). The event was organized by Mikki Lewis, whose daughter Hadley was diagnosed with epilepsy while in kindergarten in 2008. Photo/Ben Nelms.

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