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Earth Day 5K, April 20, 2013

Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. First place male finisher, Tim Johnson, of Madison, passes under the finish line tape adorned with Stonyfield yogurt cups. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. Meghan Fossum, age 1 1/2, of Bow enjoys a Stonyfield product with her parents Keri and Matthew prior to Saturday morning's race. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. Participants streamed in to pick up their bib numbers or register on the day of the race. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. Manchester Food Coop treasurer Steven Freeman shows off his coop products while setting up the groups booth at the Saturday Earth Day Fair on the Stonyfield Yogurt grounds in Londonderry. Freeman said the coop fits the Earth Day model by promoting good quality living and the value of supporting the local economy. Freeman was assisted by Coop member Art Nadeau while setting up prior to the event. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. First place female finisher Madeleine Hayes, of Newington, Connecticut, passes under the Stonyfield Yogurt finish line tape. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. Cindy Buhner, of Harvard, MA, cheers on her son Kadin Deruijter as he crosses the finish line. Buhner's son, Mischa Deruijter stands next to her following his own finish. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. Kally Ahrams, a Stonyfield employee, sported bunny ears for her run to signify Stonyfield's participation in preservation efforts for the habitat of the endangered New England Cottontail rabbit. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. First place male finisher Tim Johnson, of Madison, checks his time after crossing the finish line. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. Michael Chirichiello, age 3, of Raymond, has his face painted at the Earth Day fair by Caroline Woods, of Create a Face. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. Colin Gott, age 2 1/2, of Manchester, was unsure of a mascot at the Earth Day Fair and preferred the security of his father Ryan's arms. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. At the start of the race the male first place finisher is seen in yellow on the left of the photo. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. Participants streamed in to pick up their bib numbers or register on the day of the race. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. Colin Gott, age 2 1/2, of Manchester, was unsure of a mascot at the Earth Day Fair and preferred the security of his father Ryan's arms. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. Maxine Walsh, age 4, of Nashua, takes her prize for her participation in the bean bag toss game at the Earth Day Fair on the Stonyfield Yogurt grounds in Londonderry. Maxine's father Mark Walsh waits in the background. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. First place female finisher Madeleine Hayes, of Newington, Connecticut, passes under the Stonyfield Yogurt finish line tape. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. A pair of Earth Day 5K runners show their support for Boston following the Boston Marathon tragedy. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. Cindy Buhner, of Harvard, MA, celebrates a family finish with her sons, Kadin and Mischa Deruijter. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. Kally Ahrams, a Stonyfield employee, sported bunny ears during her run to signify Stonyfield's participation in preservation efforts for the habitat of the endangered New England Cottontail rabbit. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. Manchester Food Coop treasurer Steven Freeman shows off his coop t-shirt while setting up the groups booth at the Saturday Earth Day Fair on the Stonyfield Yogurt grounds in Londonderry. Freeman said the coop fits the Earth Day model by promoting good quality living and the value of supporting the local economy. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)
Over 2200 runners participated in the Earth Day 5K race starting at Stonyfield in Londonderry on Saturday morning. The race event included a Bunny Hop race for children and ran concurrent with an Earth Day Fair on the company grounds. First place female finisher Madeleine Hayes, of Newington, Connecticut, passes under the Stonyfield Yogurt finish line tape. (Bruce Taylor/Union Leader)