A new course record was set at the 42nd annual B-rrry Scurry

CLINTON, Iowa (KWQC) – Nearly four hundred runners enjoyed the warmer weather in Clinton on Saturday by participating in the 42nd annual Bree Scary Run.

The four-mile race raises money for scholarships at Clinton Community College, and more than $115,000 has been awarded to students with money raised from the event.

“We know that 65% of the jobs that are available in this area require a post-secondary education, but right now only 45% of the community has the education,” said Anne Eisenman, director of Race for the Run. “So we have that gap to fill, and for people to attend schools like Clinton Community College and any of the community colleges in eastern Iowa, they can fill that gap.”

“You can really feel that support from the community, it just feels like everybody’s involved and you feel a little bit special there,” said event winner Devin Allbaugh, “So it really means a lot, I love such competitions.”

Allbaugh set a new race record with a time of 19:20, which was the fastest time.

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