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Staging the News and Sentinel Races would not be possible without the generous support of area business. Large and small companies and their people step forward each year to provide the goods and service necessary to hold the races. Some businesses donate monetarily, while others lend the race a hand. Golf carts, trucks, cups, pasta, shirts are a few of the things that are donated each year to make the race happen.

Below is a list of the companies that help make the race possible.

Highmark West Virginia, The City of Parkersburg, Solvay Advance Polymer, Wood County Commission, Foodland, Camden Clark Medical Center, Dr. Peeper - Snapple Group, Chapman Printing, Gatorade, Rossi Pasta, United Bank, Waste Management, Kinetic Health Care, River City Runners and Walkers and the Road Runners Club of America.

Plus... Advantage Bank, Anytime Fitness Southside, Asset, Bill Merriman, Brightstar, CSX Railroad, Debarr Trucking, DJ Wingrove & Sons, Eye Doctors, Glotfelty Tires, Grogg’s Heating and Air Conditioning, Huntington Bank, Med Express Urgent Care, Morris Sales Hospital Shoppe, Myers Septic and Portable Toilet Rental, On The Run and Walk, Parrish Hearing Aid Center, Peoples Bank, Pike Street Marathon, Quick Care, Red Roof Inn, Shirt Factory, Superior Toyota, Thomas Durnell MD, United Security, V96.9, Vision Care Associates, Wendy's, West Union Bank, Winans Sanitary Supply, WV Army National Guard, WVU Parkersburg, St Francis Xavier Catholic Church.

 
 

RRHC 5k and Kids Race August 2, 2014

This race is part of a River City Runners and Walkers series.Location: Harrisville, WV.For more information, visit rivercityrunners. more »

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The people make the race great

July 22, 2014 One of the neat things about working on the News and Sentinel Races is the chance to work with such a diverse group of people that makes up the event. The races are, above all, community event. more »

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