Thayer Central Community Schools with the help of Public Health Solutions and the No Child Left on Their Behind grant held a color run Sunday to raise funds for the Majestic Theatre project. A color run is simply a cross country jogging event with color thrown in – literally. As joggers run past “color stations,” they are covered in paint as they make their way through the course. In this case, the paint was a corn starch and Tempra paint powder that stuck to runners as they passed through. The Thayer Central event had over 175 participate in the 2-mile run held at the Hebron Sports Complex and along the Hebron walking trail. The color stations were manned by over 40 Thayer Central high school track students. Pictured above (r): High School students “color” Thayer Central instructor and coach Andy Long as he jogs by the yellow station. More photos like this can be seen by clicking on the Photos prompt at the top of this page.