Grandma’s race boosts local businesses

Grandma’s race boosts local businesses

While enjoying the big day with everyone, they say the high turnout means even more after no race last year and with the financial impacts from the pandemic.

“We started planning as soon as we knew we could do this and we were just ready. Very excited, juts something the entire staff looks forward to every year. And we just make the most of it,” said little Angie’s Bartender Skyler Kettlehutt, who’s working his eighth grandma’s marathon weekend.

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