Ugly Sweater Kicks Off Holidays Season

You know the Holidays Season is coming when you see a lot of ugly sweater.

Manitowoc had the Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run last Saturday. More than 400 people participated this event, which meant it was a big event for a small city like Manitowoc (population of 33,000). A lot of people were creative with decorating their sweaters and gears! Below are some of my selects for the blog, please visit here for the full gallery.

Anna Schettle, left, Amanda Purath, Nicole Bantleon and Ryan Pierce take a selfie before the start of the Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
Anna Schettle, left, Amanda Purath, Nicole Bantleon and Ryan Pierce take a selfie before the start of the Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
Melissa Jacquart, left, Payton Gomez and Olivia Gomez take their dog, Myer, to participate the Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
Melissa Jacquart, left, Payton Gomez and Olivia Gomez take their dog, Myer, to participate the Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
The Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run would start and end at the Best Western Hotel in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
The Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run would start and end at the Best Western Hotel in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
Erika Hocevar wears a pair of Santa socks to participate the Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
Erika Hocevar wears a pair of Santa socks to participate the Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
The Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run would start and end at the Best Western Hotel in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
The Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run would start and end at the Best Western Hotel in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
More than 400 runners run/walk along the Mariners Trail to participate the Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run on Saturday, Nov. 14. The profit of the 5K run would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
More than 400 runners run/walk along the Mariners Trail to participate the Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run on Saturday, Nov. 14. The profit of the 5K run would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
The Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run would start and end at the Best Western Hotel in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
The Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run would start and end at the Best Western Hotel in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
The Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run would start and end at the Best Western Hotel in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
The Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run would start and end at the Best Western Hotel in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
Maggie Mies takes her daughter, Evelyn, on her back while heading toward the finish line at the Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
Maggie Mies takes her daughter, Evelyn, on her back while heading toward the finish line at the Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
The Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run would start and end at the Best Western Hotel in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
The Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run would start and end at the Best Western Hotel in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
The Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run would start and end at the Best Western Hotel in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
The Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run would start and end at the Best Western Hotel in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
The Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run would start and end at the Best Western Hotel in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
The Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run would start and end at the Best Western Hotel in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
The Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run would start and end at the Best Western Hotel in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.
The Second Annual Ugly Sweater Run would start and end at the Best Western Hotel in downtown on Saturday, Nov. 14. More than 400 runners registered for the 5K run and the profit would go to Autism Society of the Lakeshore.

 

 

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