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S’pore running event in support of those with special needs goes virtual amid Covid-19, Community News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – For 19-year-old student Wesley Neo, who has autism spectrum disorder, running is a passion that allows him to stay healthy and relaxed.

Mr Neo, who goes on runs twice a week, is looking forward to taking part in this year’s Run for Inclusion, an event aimed at bringing the community and people with special needs together that kicked off on Sunday (Nov 21).

Organised by Runninghour, a sports co-operative that promotes integration of persons with special needs through running, the event will be held virtually for the first time since its inception in 2015, due to the Covid-19

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Community gathers to mourn loss of Salem native who died after running a race

SALEM. Va. – The community comes together in honor of a local man who died at the end of a weekend race.

Salem native Andy Dalton suddenly died after he finished running a race on Saturday.

Monday morning, Run About Sports and Fleet Feet Roanoke hosted a community prayer in his honor at the Salem Red Sox stadium ahead of Health Focus 5 and 10K race.

“It’s great to come together in times like these when we face a lot of struggles and challenges and conflict out there. This is a kind of an event that we come together as

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LeBron James Showers Community With Praise After It Surprises Teen With Basketball Hoop

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Like most kids his age, Edmonton teenager Anthony Muobike spent his afternoons dribbling around his neighborhood while pretending to knock down 30-foot buzzer-beaters like Steph Curry. But with no basketball hoop in his driveway, the 14-year-old’s hoop dreams often felt elusive. That is, until his neighbor, Ian Ray, took note of how dedicated he was to his craft and sprung into action.

“He’s a good kid,” Ray told Canada’s CTV News. “He’s always just doing his own thing. He’s never causing any trouble.”

On Aug. 15, Ray then posted in a local community Facebook group and

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Community Calendar: Biking the Munger Trail tour, free pet microchipping event, Tech & Coffee

Biking the Munger Trail tour, 9-11 a.m., Jay Cooke State Park. People are invited to bring their bikes and ride with the park’s naturalist to learn about some of the history along the Willard Munger Bike Trail. Registration is required. Call 218-673-7006 or email [email protected] to register. While the tour is free, a Minnesota State Park vehicle permit is required. Permits can be purchased at the park office upon arrival. The cost is $7 for the day or $35 for a year.

Free pet microchipping, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Veterans Park, 508 Cloquet Ave., Cloquet. Northern Lakes Rescue, the

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