PEACHTREE CORNERS -- More than 400 runners and walkers showed up at Simpsonwood United Methodist Church for the second annual Peachtree Corners Christmas Run.
This year there was a costume contest, which organizers said was "a huge success."
Runners and costume participants were greeted by Santa Claus, the Chick-fil-A Christmas Cow and "Sports" from Sport Clips.
One neighbor commented they "woke up, looked out the window and saw Santa, Rudolph a nun and an elf running past my house."
Peachtree Station neighbors on Stilson Circle encouraged runners with cheers and music.
Winners included the following: 5K, female, Caroline Reed, male, Chris Johnson; 10K, female, Tara Golden, male, Nick DelGuercio; other local results, 10K, Carol Reifenberger, Renee Trocchio, Eliza Antonowich, Nick Bissell, Scott Ortwein, Alex Wright, Charles Burts and Will English; 5K, Siobhan Bissell and Eric Strasburg; and fun run, Phil Sadd.
To encourage creative costume participation, The Forum donated $1,000 in gift cards from their retailers.
For complete results, visit www.spincyclesports.com.
Computer classes set for seniors
LAWRENCEVILLE -- The Gwinnett Senior Learning Center offers computer classes for adults age 50 and up.
Classes and workshops cover basic and advanced computer skills, as well as Internet, email and photo editing.
Registration for the winter session is from 9 to 11 a.m. Jan. 8, at Bethesda Senior Center in Lawrenceville; and from 10 a.m. to noon Jan. 9, at George Pierce Park in Suwanee.
For more information, visit www.gsrlc.org.
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