More cowbell please

Angie Fuith uses a cowbell to cheer on her husband Mike and other runners as they make their way along South Shore Boulevard during the Rotary Strive Scholarship Race: Kowalski’s Strive 10 Miler and 5K Sunday, Nov. 3. The cowbell was originally used by her grandfather to call the cows on the family farm in Michigan and has traveled to races in the Twin Cities, Duluth, Boston and New York.

Angie Fuith used a cowbell to cheer on her husband Mike and other runners as they made their way along South Shore Boulevard during the Rotary Strive Scholarship Race: Kowalski’s Strive 10 Miler and 5K Sunday, Nov. 3. The cowbell was originally used by her grandfather to call the cows on the family farm in Michigan and has traveled to races in the Twin Cities, Duluth, Boston and New York.

 

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