Run for Color Raises Thousands for Williams Syndrome Association
More than 200 runners and walkers turned out for Lawrenceville’s fifth annual Run for Color on Sunday, raising more than $3,500 to benefit the Williams Syndrome Association. Over the past five years, Lawrentians have raised more than $30,000 for the Association.
The Run is held annually in honor of Ella Larson. Ella, who has Williams Syndrome, is the daughter of Amy and Jason Larson (Lawrenceville’s Director of Nursing and Head Athletic Trainer, respectively).
“What a wonderful community,” said Jason Larson. “Dev Chhokra [Class of 2019], our community service rep, spearheaded this year's event and was remarkable. He made sure all the details were in order and all of our kids had a great time."
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