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Yorktown Runners Compete in St. Patrick’s Day Race

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YORKTOWN, N.Y. – Dozens of Yorktown residents competed in St. Patrick’s Day races on Sunday, March 12, at FDR Park. The Taconic Road Runner Club organized the races—a 10K race and 2-mile race.

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