5k raises funds to fix radon problems in low-income Maine homes

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LEWISTON, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — Participants kept warm in the Indoor Insanity 5K stayed warm, all while raising money for a cause. The race took place on the indoor track at Bates College and 100% of race fees will be used to pay for radon treatment systems in low-income households in Maine.
“I really like the idea of a different race, you get to run indoors and don’t have to worry about the slick surfaces, I and also it raises money for a really good cause,” said 5K participants Sarah Mayberry.
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