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From a ‘Chilly’ Bean 5K to actual freezing cold weather, photographer Bob Sofaly captures last week’s events

Mike Reynolds, center, gives a thumbs up as he and 259 other racers begin the inaugural Chilly Bean 5K race last Saturday at Coosaw Point. When volunteers began planning the inaugural Chilly Bean Cook Off and 5K Race fundraiser for Beaufort Academy,  they were hoping for about 100 runners to register. Much to their surprise, more than 250 people braved the rain and bleak skies to run the event, according to BA’s Bethany Byrne. The overall winner was Lance Cpl. Singh Sukhdeep and his dog Malachi with a time of 20:21. First female honors went to Kristin Dalton with 23.21.
Mike Reynolds, center, gives a thumbs up as he and 259 other racers begin the inaugural Chilly Bean 5K race last Saturday at Coosaw Point. When volunteers began planning the inaugural Chilly Bean Cook Off and 5K Race fundraiser for Beaufort Academy, they were hoping for about 100 runners to register. Much to their surprise, more than 250 people braved the rain and bleak skies to run the event, according to BA’s Bethany Byrne. The overall winner was Lance Cpl. Singh Sukhdeep and his dog Malachi with a time of 20:21. First female honors went to Kristin Dalton with 23.21.
Leta Matte dips out some of her chili for her son last Saturday during the Chili Cookoff.
Leta Matte dips out some of her chili for her son last Saturday during the Chili Cookoff.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traffic makes its way over the Richard V. Woods Bridge as a pedestrian makes her way down the path last Wednesday.
Traffic makes its way over the Richard V. Woods Bridge as a pedestrian makes her way down the path last Wednesday.