SPOKANE, Wash- Normally thousands of people would cram into downtown Spokane to run the Bloomsday course and take home the coveted finisher T-Shirt.
One of the surest signs that spring really is here is the annual running of the Lilac Bloomsday race. Tens of thousands of people will gather on Riverside ahead of the race, including 82-year-old, Sylvia Quinn.
For many, running in Bloomsday is a family tradition. One Spokane teen has created a tradition of his own, that's even caught the attention of Bloomsday organizers.
Bloomsday is about a month away and a panel of Bloomsday sponsors and organizers have announced which Bloomsday Corporate Cup teams registered with the best team names.
SPOKANE, Wash.- This year Bloomsday's official charity is Second Harvest. Together both organizations have the mission to promote healthy living through physical fitness and nutrition education.
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