Gorgeous sunny weather brought out runners of all ages for the annual Pumpkin Run in Glen Valley

On the run for trades training

Gorgeous sunny weather brought out runners of all ages for the annual Pumpkin Run in Glen Valley, Sunday, Oct. 6.

Gorgeous sunny weather brought out runners of all ages for the annual Pumpkin Run in Glen Valley, Sunday, Oct. 6. Hosted by Aldor Acres, the run raises funds for the Langley School District’s trades training programs.

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