FLORA, Ind. (WLFI) - Runners took in some beautiful scenery Saturday morning for the Adams Mill Covered Bridge Half Marathon.
More than 60 runners took on the 13.1 course, while another 30 runners tackled the two mile race.
This is the fourth year for the race and the third year that it has been hosted by the Carroll County community.
You may remember in 2010, News 18 reported about the controversy regarding the race and it's former organizer Dean Reinke.
Since then Carroll County Community Center Director Don Franklin said the race has only received positive feedback.
"We never really turn away walkers and I think that's a key because throughout the area and Midwest, they never really let become involved in an event like this because there are always time restrictions," said Franklin.
Proceeds from Saturday's race will go towards the Carroll County Community Center.
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