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January 18, 2018

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Run to beat poverty

Michael Bennett, race director for the upcoming Ted’s Run for Literacy, is hoping lots of people sign up for this year’s event. The run is being held in honour of Ted Swain, a Wolseley man and Vincent Massey Collegiate English teacher who passed away in 2009 shortly after his retirement.

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Michael Bennett, race director for the upcoming Ted’s Run for Literacy, is hoping lots of people sign up for this year’s event. The run is being held in honour of Ted Swain, a Wolseley man and Vincent Massey Collegiate English teacher who passed away in 2009 shortly after his retirement.

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