Kenyans in Boston to Honor Running Legend as Part of the Yearly "Dinner with Champions"

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Mon, 04/21/2014 03:59AM -0400
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bostonian

this is a great effort. we look forward to the event.

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mkenya

Great work but website needs updating. Missing link to make reservations

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RUN with KENYANS

mkenya...working on it. Check back in a couple of hours.

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RUN with KENYANS

The registration page is up now.

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