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Lodi Memorial announces For the Health of It winners

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Posted: Tuesday, May 24, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 6:25 am, Tue May 24, 2011.

Lodi Memorial Hospital Foundation held its annual For the Health of It on May 7. Here are a list of winners from the event:

5K run/walk: Winners in the 5-8 female age category were Monique Meza, first place,, and Diana Aguilar, second place; males were Jonathan Villafuerte, first place, and Frollan Gonzalez, second place. Winners in the 9-14 female age category were Ruth Hernandez, first place, and Yvon Sanchez, second place; males were Carlos Colin, first place, and Monserrat Briseno, second place; 15 to 19 females were Maya Hastings, first place, and Paige Budsielich, second place; male was Adam Diede; 20 to 29 females were Misty Brown, first place, and Kate Pepper, second place; male was Travis McLaughlin; 30 to 39 females were Juliet Wahleithner, first place, and Brandee Bauer, second place; males were Ryan Hastings, first place, and Phil Salgado, second place; 40 to 49 females were Debbie Gallagher, first place, and Corene Phillips, second place; males were Rich Hanna, first place, and Tom Fahey, second place; 50 to 59 females were Janine Jacinto, first place, and Margie Hickey, second place; males were Atwater Jud, first place, and Tony Pacheco, second place; 60 to 69 female was Gloria Johnson; male was Jim Hickey; 70 to 79 female was Carmela Brown; and male was Bernie Christensen.

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