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Roughly 200 people ran in the Suicide Prevention Collaborative's first-ever Together It Gets Better 5K Run/Walk at Hamlet Park in Cottage Grove.

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"These people really do get it," said Renee Penticoff, a psychologist and founding member of the Suicide Prevention Collaborative.

Roughly 200 people ran in the Suicide Prevention Collaborative's first-ever Together It Gets Better 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, July 30, at Hamlet Park in Cottage Grove. Additionally, over 40 volunteers gave their time to help the cause.

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