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Jingling all the way to a cure

By Lisa Nicklanovich; courtesy photos

Jingle Bell Run Castle Pines 2019

For Michelle Stutler of Cerney Circle (pictured lower center with crown), the Jingle Bell Run is a decade-long tradition which is important because it supports the Arthritis Foundation that supports research for arthritis and it provides valuable education and support to patients.

Team Stutler gathered on December 8 in Washington Park with a total of 44 members and eight dogs, winning the largest group category at the event. There were 21 new members this year, as well as many returning members. The group was comprised of neighbors, friends, co-workers and family from Castle Pines and the surrounding area. Some members traveled from as far as Texas and some drove from Grand Junction to be part of the event.

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Jingle Bell Run Castle Pines

The Cooke family of Castle Pines pictured left to right; Jen holding Rocky, Cam, Larson and Steve. Jen said, “The Jingle Bell Run is a fun way to support Larson, who was diagnosed with juvenile idiopathic arthritis four years ago. It’s important to raise awareness for this disease, that unfortunately has no cure. We hope we can help to change that.”



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