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Run, walk, and roll for EPI

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BLACK HAWK COUNTY (KWWL) -- More than 100 people came to support Exceptional Persons Incorporated (EPI) during its 4th annual "Run, Walk, and Roll."

The profits will go toward EPI counsel programs, employment services and other assistant programs.

"We think it's very important for people with disabilities to be fully included in their community, and these services allow us to help that become a reality," said Chris Sparks.

EPI hopes to make at least $20,000 from the 5K. More than 800 people in the Cedar Valley use EPI's services.

Online Producer: Jackie Manternach

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