Third annual CODA Run for Love

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Team Ameris Bank won the best costume award. The women matching black tights, pink shirts and pink tutus.

More than 200 runners and walkers braved the chilly air on Saturday to help raise money during the Citizens Opposed to Domestic Violence’s 3rd annual Race For Love on Cat Island. According to Kirstin Dubrowski, executive director for CODA, between $8,000-$10,000 was raised through the run and some very generous sponsors, including Eugene Rugala and Associates in Beaufort and Coral Resorts on Hilton Head Island. Also on hand to help with the festivities was Ron Parker, defensive back for Kansas City Chiefs. Parker was a stand out athlete at Beaufort High School in 2005.

Photos by Bob Sofaly

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