Travis Manion Foundation Heroes Run Supports Veterans, First Responders

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The 9/11 Heroes 5K Run and 1-Mile Family Fun Walk for the Travis Manion Foundation was held Sept. 10 in Bridgewater to distribute fundraising support to veterans, first responders and their families.

The event started at Ethicon, in Bridgewater.

Also featured at the event were the U.S. Coast Guard Atlantic Strike Team, N.J. Army National Guard, State Police Aviation North Star Unit, N.J. Forest Fire Service and much more.

At the event, a donation boot was set up for donations for homeless veterans, as well as a donation fund for Hurricane Harvey victims. There were also some participants running in full uniform, a Somerville Martial Arts demonstration and a demonstration of the Somerset County Sheriff's Department's narcotics K9 Apex.

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