Anna Grisanti, left, the top female student finisher in the inaugural "Running for Holly" 5K race, gave a high-five to Krissy Vargo after the race. They and Brittney De Jaco, right, are University of Kentucky students and members of Kappa Kappa Gamma, which sponsored the race.
Anna Grisanti, left, the top female student finisher in the inaugural "Running for Holly" 5K race, gave a high-five to Krissy Vargo after the race. They and Brittney De Jaco, right, are University of Kentucky students and members of Kappa Kappa Gamma, which sponsored the race. Angela Baldridge
Anna Grisanti, left, the top female student finisher in the inaugural "Running for Holly" 5K race, gave a high-five to Krissy Vargo after the race. They and Brittney De Jaco, right, are University of Kentucky students and members of Kappa Kappa Gamma, which sponsored the race. Angela Baldridge

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