start. The runners started under a giant pink balloon arch to signify October as National Breast Cancer Month. The event is a fund raiser for the Just Us Girls Charity which provides support to women who are battling breast cancer. Many survivors participated in the event. The runners started on the right hand side of the main road at the camp and the walkers were on the left hand side as they headed south for a route around the facility. There were well some 800 participants who filled the roads in the camp. Coming in first and was Erin Weber age 14 of Avon by the Sea and Manasquan High School in a time of 21:11. She was followed by Christine Popoulius of Howell in a time of 21:57 and then Joan Totaro of Toms River in a time of 22:11. For the walkers the first finisher was Linda Reeves of Interlaken, New Jersey followed by Arlene Sheridan of Belmar and then Beth Meehan also of Belmar. In the Mother/Daughter competition the first finishers were Dottie and Isabelle Guerranio of Manasqaun who finished second last year. The second place Mother/Daughter Team was Tamara and Katie Howard of Cliffwood, New jersey and then Kathie and Ali Houlis of West Long Branch. Penny Hinck of Monmouth Beach was one of the participants who recalls participating in the first year of the event which was held in Belmar and went around the lake in front of the then Taylor Pavilion on Fifth Avenue. The race attracted a field of about 50 participants. Peggy McKean was another participant who has run in several of the events and used it as a recovery type of run from her marathon training. Peggy has completed marathons in all 50 states. And the men were also well represented although they did not qualify for awards. David Alfano of Brick ran the race with his son Evan and wife Denise. He dyed his hair pink for the occasion. After the race awards were presented to the winners by Peggy Prescott the organizer who has been at every race in the 20 year history. She was assisted by Diane Cheer of Wall Township. Many of the participants then headed over to the Manasquan Elks Lodge for a post race breakfast. Just Us Girls is the only non profit organization that directly advocates women in Monmouth and Ocean counties who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. All profits from the race are returned to the community through individual financial awards and annual scholarships. Since its inception, the group has assisted over 800 women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer through the profits of this run and walk. In addition to making monetary contributions to women who have a financial need, the group also provides spiritual and physical comfort to the women in our community who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. 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