HoneyBunch-A-Thon held to benefit youth entering college

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — It was a great morning to raise money.

And that’s what folks did at the Barbara J. Stredrick Reed HoneyBunch-A-Thon.

The annual 5-K run and walk at Mill Creek Park was started by Reed’s family to help battle leukemia while also supporting locals students who are headed to college.

Last year, the event raised $2,000, which was donated to The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and awarded to three Youngstown students attending college.

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