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Student Officers enrolled in the MPTC Reading Police Academy’s 23rd Recruit Officer Course run Chelsea Chase 5k.

The 4th Annual Chelsea Chase 5k was held on May 9 to raise funds for The Boys and Girls Club and the Chelsea Police Relief Association. Participants warmed up and got energized while listening to “Eye of the Tiger” and Led Zeppelin music, and munched on healthy snacks like apples and oranges. Three hundred runners sprinted from the Dockside Restaurant, up through Admiral’s Hill, past the Chelsea Police Station, and back to the Dockside Restaurant.

“It’s a good team building experience,” said Eric Goldberg, co-owner of Performance Physical Therapy, who sponsored the race. “We enjoy helping out the community and supporting the police and Boys & Girls Club. We’ve been doing it since it started and we want to continue to do our part serving and giving back to the community.”

Photos and story by Marianne Salza.

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