More than 800 people joined the Andee’s Army 5-kilometer Fun Run on Feb. 23. 16-year-old Andee Poulos inspired the race, which raises money for children with non-traumatic brain injuries and their families. Andee, who had attended Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School, developed a rare brain injury. She attended the race, the second annual, and welcomed participants.

At the Starting Line Tosh Wolfe [blue jacket] holds up a sign telling faster runners where to gather for the Andee's Army fundraising race on Feb. 23.

At the Starting Line Tosh Wolfe [blue jacket] holds up a sign telling faster runners where to gather for the Andee’s Army fundraising race on Feb. 23.

Andee Poulos welcomes runners in the Andee's Army 5-kilometer race, which raises money for children with  non-traumatic brain injuries and their families.

Andee Poulos welcomes runners in the Andee’s Army 5-kilometer race, which raises money for children with non-traumatic brain injuries and their families.

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