Old Bill's Reimagined

Caitlin Ciccone and Joe Stone ride along the road near Shadow Mountain on Saturday, representing Teton Adaptive Sports in this year’s reimagined Old Bill’s Fun Run.

People in horse costumes danced to music on Town Square and more than 200 rubber ducks raced down Flat Creek as Jackson Hole’s large nonprofit community celebrated throughout the days leading up to Saturday’s Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities.

Though this year didn’t resemble the huge philanthropic event of years past, people still stepped up to donate and participate in this year’s unusual 24th annual event. The Jackson Hole News&Guide's Lauren Teruya tested her stamina as she tagged along with families running a physically distanced route from the Center for the Arts. (Cue: "Eye of the Tiger"). Read her full story of run day reimagined in the Jackson Hole News&Guide on stands now and online at JHNewsAndGuide.com.

There's still time to give. You don't have to lace up your running shoes to open your wallet before 5 p.m. Details online at CFJacksonHole.org

Contact Managing Editor Rebecca Huntington at 732-7078 or rebecca@jhnewsandguide.com.

Managing Editor Rebecca Huntington has worked for newspapers across the West. She hosts a rescue podcast, The Fine Line. Her family minivan doubles as her not-so-high-tech recording studio.

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