Submitted/The Duncan Family, Sterling Jr., Crystal, niece Sydney White of Egg Harbor Township and Sterling Sr., captured the top four places in the sixth annual Pleasantville Walk/Run for Fitness held Saturday, Aug. 17 at the site of the old Pleasantville High School.
Members of the Duncan Family captured the top three places during the sixth annual Pleasantville 5K walk/ run for fitness.
The event started at 9 a.m. at the site of the old PleasantvilleHigh School on Franklin Boulevard. The course traveled along Lakes Bay to the sight of the old Sandcastle and back.
Submitted/The Duncan Family, Sterling Sr., Crystal, and Sterling Jr, captured the top three places in the sixth annual Pleasantville Walk/Run for Fitness held Saturday, Aug. 17 at the site of the old Pleasantville High School.
Former Pleasantville High School football star Sterling Duncan Jr. won the race, finishing in 20 minutes. His father, Sterling Duncan Sr., came in second in 26 minutes, 48 seconds. Crystal Duncan took third, crossing the finish line in 26:50.
Sydney White of Egg Harbor Township took fourth place.
The top-four runners and walkers were each awarded a three-month gift certificate from Master Straga for Tang Soo Karate lessons valued at $375.
Submitted/Volunteers signup runners and walkers prior to the start of the sixth annual Pleasantville 5K Walk/Run for fitness held Saturday, Aug. 17 at the site of the former Pleasantville High School
Age group winners received $25 gift cards.
Pleasantville Chiropractor Dr. Thomas Miller started the annual event as a way to encourage area residents of all ages to become more active.
Miller, who grew up in Mullica Township, has made staying in shape a lifelong hobby. As a child, Miller walked several miles to and from school each day.
Submitted/Debbie and Paulette Godfrey show that staying in shape can be fun.
The Pleasantville 5K Walk/Run for Fitness has enouraged scores of people to enjoy a healthy lifestyle.