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State Patrol to run a half marthon in April for Special Olympics

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State Patrol to run a half marthon in April for Special Olympics

By Radio Iowa Contributor The first ever Iowa State Patrol Half Marathon is set for this spring to benefit Special Olympics Iowa. Patrol Captain Ken Clary, one of the event’s organizers, says the run is planned for Sunday, April 13th, at Banner Lakes State Park, about halfway between Des Moines and Indianola. He says it’ll be three runs in […]

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