America's Marathon Man Turns 60, Celebrates by Running 60 Miles and Creating a Foundation for Kids

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America's Marathon Man, Jerry Dunn, is serious about making a difference in the lives of young people everywhere. "Our kids are our future, and I don't think they're FIT for the job. If I can provide some opportunities for them, and their parents, to develop healthier habits, then I'll feel like I've Dunn my job. If it takes me running around in circles for 12 hours to get peoples attention, then that's what I'll do."

America's Marathon Man, Jerry Dunn turns 60 and is celebrating by running 60 miles and creating a foundation for kids. Dunn, is serious about making a difference in the lives of young people everywhere.

"Our kids are our future, and I don't think they're fit for the job. If I can provide some opportunities for them, and their parents, to develop healthier habits, then I'll feel like I've Dunn my job. If it takes me running around in circles for 12 hours to get peoples attention, then that's what I'll do," Dunn said.

WHAT: "60 AT 60." A 60 mile run on an indoor track.

WHO: Jerry Dunn, A.K.A. America's Marathon Man

WHERE: The Young Center Field house, Black Hills State Univ. Campus, Spearfish

WHEN: Wednesday, January 25th. Start time 6 AM. Finish time between 6 and 8 PM

WHY: to celebrate Dunn's 60th birthday; to raise money for the Lean Horse Foundation for Kids; and to celebrate 23 years of sobriety.

For more detailed information and/or an interview and photo, contact Mr. Dunn at: 605-641-3534.

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