LYNCHBURG, Va. – A Lynchburg tradition returns in-person this Thanksgiving.
Runners and walkers picked up their race packets at HumanKind Wednesday.
The nonprofit benefits from the event, with every registration fee helping it feed two families.
Participants still had the option to go virtual this year.
Organizers had to max out the number of participants at 2,500 due to supply-chain issues.
“The final t-shirts came in last night at 5:30 p.m. So, when I say that we’ve been up against difficulties, just like everyone else in the country right now in getting shirts, and medals and race bibs on time; it’s the absolute truth,” said Lauren Barnes, community relations specialist at HumanKind.
The race starts at 8 a.m. Thursday.
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