Local 5K runners take to the Diamond Valley Lake trails to benefit survivors of human trafficking and sexual abuse

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The Seraphim Project director Lauren Lindstrom, right, stands with the top three winners of the Nov. 30 ROAR10 5K run Carlos Guzman, brothers Troy and Drew Dotinga. The run was held on the Diamond Valley Lake trails. Valley News/Tony Ault photo
More than 40 determined runners braved the cold weather Saturday, Nov. 30, for the second annual ROAR10 5K run at Diamond Valley Lake in Hemet, all to help the survivors of sexual abuse and human trafficking. Greeting the runners was Lauren Lindstrom, director of the recently organized nonprofit The Seraphim Project, and guest speaker Jenna Christakas from the Children of the Immaculate Heart, a Catholic organization dedicated to helping the victims of sexual abuse and other trauma. It was the second year for the 5K run on the Diamond Valley Lake trails with the runners contributing to the cause of The Seraphim Project and warming up for future 5K and long distance runs in 2020. Lindstrom was a runner on the Grea
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