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Color Run to Benefit Faith Ministries

    Midwestern State University students and the Wichita Falls community came together to help a local charity Wednesday evening.

    Students and the public ran in a color run Wednesday afternoon to benefit the Faith Mission and Faith Refuge of Wichita Falls. 

    The race kicked off at 5:00 p.m. and runners paid $5 dollars to enter. 

    Co-coordinator, Mark Davis told our crews Wednesday, they chose a color run because it would be a fun way to help raise money for the Faith Ministries. 
     
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