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Calgary students lace up for Terry Fox School Run

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Thousands of Calgary students laced up for the Terry Fox School Run on Friday.

Among those taking part was 10-year-old Easton Beatch, who was diagnosed with brain cancer in July.

After two emergency surgeries and radiation at a Florida hospital, the youngster is back at school and behind him is everyone at Tanbridge Academy.

His mother Amanda is a teacher there and she helped staff and students dedicate this year's run to Easton.

More than $3,000 dollars was raised for Kids Cancer Care in Calgary.

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