The Allies in Disguise 5K Run and Mile Walk raised approximately $5,000 for AIM.
The disability-awareness event, held Saturday, Oct. 29 in Painted Post's Craig Park, was the fall fundraiser for AIM's programs and services.
The 5K followed the bike path through Painted Post and Riverside, and the mile walk went through nearby neighborhoods. About 100 runners and walkers took part Allies in Disguise, many decked out in Halloween costumes.
The overall men's 5K winner was Tom Cleveland, with a time of 20 minutes, 55 seconds. Amanda Baker was the overall women's winner with a time of 21 minutes, 16 seconds.
"It was heartening to see so many people having a good time for a good cause. We appreciate that people take time out of their busy schedules to support AIM and its mission," said John Zick's AIM's director of government and public affairs. "We're proud to be part of such a supportive community."
The event sponsors are listed in the graphic below. Full results are here, and photos are here.
AIM's spring fundraiser, a captain-and-crew golf tournament at the Elmira Country Club, is set for May 7, 2017.