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Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital In Need of Volunteers for Annual 5K Race

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Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital is looking for help with its annual 5K race.

The route will work through downtown Weston and organizers said they need people to help at the start and finish lines.

The race will also get help from the city to make sure everything is ready for race day.

"We really felt like a 5K would be something that could appeal to an elite athlete to your grandmother that maybe just hasn't been doing too much this spring and wants to get out and go for a nice walk," said John Weber, of Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital.

The race will also welcome dogs for the first time this year. It's set for Saturday, April 20.

For more information, visit http://www.stonewalljacksonhospital.com.