Picture this | Running for dollars

A 10-K race sponsored by Acumen Solutions to benefit the SEED School Foundation on Dec. 9. drew more than 2,900 runners, including Washington mayor Adrian Fenty. The race sponsors expect to top the $25,000 raised last year because they had a 24 percent increase in the number of runners from 2006.

The SEED Foundation is a national nonprofit group that works in urban communities to provide innovative educational opportunities that prepare inner-city students for college. Held just before Christmas, the Acumen Solutions Jingle All the Way 10K has raised $70,000 over the past three years.

Pictured clockwise from top left, Fenty nears the finish line; three unidentified reindeer runners pose for a photo; David Schwab, vice president, Octagon (Sports and Entertainment Marketing company) poses with David Joubran, CEO, Acumen Solutions Inc. (race sponsor) and Judd Warner, director of Employee Communications, Freddie Mac; and Joubran is seen here with Christine Vermillion, TMT Business Development, and Deloitte Leslie Weller, Vice President Marketing, World Wildlife Fund.

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