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Instead of selling junk food to raise valuable funds for the school, Belgrave South Primary School students have decided on a healthier option. The students will take part in a CUA School Fun Run on Friday 11 August, raising money for their school through exercise. Last year, more than 800 Australian schools raised a combined $3.6 million through the School Fun Run. This time around, parents, families and local businesses are encouraged to support the students in their worthy endeavours. From left are Xavier, Liam, Will, Shaalev, Emilija, Alana and Emilee. 171208 Picture: PETER DOUGLAS

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