Lucas Brower of Camden and Lianne McCluskey of Hope proved the fastest 5-kilometer finishers during the Pen Bay Community Day, the annual community health and wellness event Saturday, Sept. 13 on the Pen Bay Medical Center campus.

The event was expected to include a 5K run/walk and short childen's run.

The day's festivities kicked off with a 5K, which followed a scenic route along Dearborn Lane and returned to Pen Bay Medical Center.

Brower, 25, finished first over the 3.1-mile course in 20 minutes and one second, as Kyle Weaver, 25, placed second in 20:26. McCluskey, 22, was the first female finisher in 21:32, and third overall among 18 participants.

Go! Malawi race organizers coordinated the event for the hospital.

Pen Bay Healthcare is a not-for-profit family of services which includes Pen Bay Medical Center, a Leapfrog Group 2012 National Top Hospital and the largest community hospital in Midcoast Maine, as well as Pen Bay Physicians & Associates, Kno-Wal-Lin Home Care and Hospice, Quarry Hill Retirement Community and the Knox Center for Long Term Care.

The individual 5K results, with place, name, age, residence and time listed when available, were: 1, Brower, 25, Camden, 20:01; 2, Weaver, 25, 20:26; 3, McCluskey, 22, Hope, 21:32; 4, Patrick Hood, 40, Union, 21:51; 5, Andrea Hart, 24, Rockport, 22:11; 6, Johanna Rogers, 50, Islesboro, 23:19; 7, Katy Genther, 25:14; 8, Will Nickerson, 15, Rockport, 25:14; 9, Dr. Aoife Durow, 25:53; 10, Reade Brower, 57, Camden, 25:57; 11, Matt Nickerson, 12, Rockport, 26:10; 12, Sophia Lau, 11, 26;10; 13, Heather Brown, 26:15; 14, Erik Nickerson, 46, Rockport, 28:04; 15, Kathryn Daggett, 46, Washington, 28:30; 16, Kristen Brown, 31:15; 17, April Totman, 43, Camden, 31:21; and 18, Pamela Doherty, 49, Warren, 42:35.

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