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Hundreds attend 15th annual Rollin' on the River

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Hundreds of people gathered at the Clinton Library Saturday for some fun family events that also helped a great cause.

Rollin' on the River benefits Easter Seals of Arkansas.

Easter Seals provides services that help people with disabilities or special needs have equal opportunities to learn, work and play in their communities.

The event featured a 5K race and a 2K family fun walk with a special member on each team.

"We have an ambassador that each family has, or that each team has," said Sam Mann, Easter Seals Public Relations & Marketing Coordinator. "Each ambassador is somebody that has received services from Easter Seals, whether it be therapy or they attend one of our programs that we have."

This was the 15th year for Rollin' on the River.

 

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