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People who give charitably are often called "saintly," a moniker that truly befits the participants in the Charlee's Angels Benefit 5K. Donning angel attire, they can run or walk the charitable race, which, in part, helps cover the medical expenses of 5-year-old Charlee. After a 21-month series of tests, Charlee was diagnosed with Batten Disease, a rare, terminal genetic disorder that afflicts only one other known child in Utah. Participants may visit the post-race Kids Fair full of family-friendly games and food vendors. The 5K's remaining proceeds fund continued research of the disease.