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E. Iowans run Chicago marathon for charity

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CHICAGO, ILL. (KWWL) - It was cold, but great running weather in Chicago Sunday for the Chicago Marathon.  Nearly 35,000 runners braved temperatures in the low to mid 30's as the race began. Among those runners, a group of 80 from Orchard Hill Church in Cedar Falls. They teamed up with more than 1200 members of "Team World Vision." The group ran to raise funds to provide clean water to the people of Kenya. Orchard Hill Church has already raised $24,000 for the cause.

Online Reporter:  Bob Waters

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