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Jessica Kalish, 35, of Cutchogue, crosses the finish (Credit: Michael Cusanelli)

Jessica Kalish, 35, of Cutchogue, crosses the finish line at the inaugural Cutchogue Fire Department Stuff the Sleigh 5K Run in Cutchogue. Nearly 400 Long Islanders showed up to run the department's first holiday fundraiser and support the local community. (Dec. 16, 2012)

Stuff the Sleigh 5K Run

Runners donated more than 300 toys and dozens of nonperishable food items to local families as a part of the Cutchogue Fire Department's inaugural Stuff the Sleigh 5K Run.

Nicholas Berglin, 15, of Hampton Bays, was the
(Credit: Michael Cusanelli)

Nicholas Berglin, 15, of Hampton Bays, was the first person to cross the finish line at the inaugural Cutchogue Fire Department Stuff the Sleigh 5K Run in Cutchogue on Sunday. Nearly 400 Long Islanders showed up to run the department's first holiday fundraiser and support the local community. (Dec. 16, 2012)

Runners dashed out of the starting line on
(Credit: Michael Cusanelli)

Runners dashed out of the starting line on Sunday at the inaugural Cutchogue Fire Department Stuff the Sleigh 5K Run in Cutchogue. Nearly 400 Long Islanders showed up to run the department's first holiday fundraiser and support the local community. (Dec. 16, 2012)

Kayia Mauro, 6, of Southold, places a kite
(Credit: Michael Cusanelli)

Kayia Mauro, 6, of Southold, places a kite on a pile of more than 300 toys to be donated to Long Island children at the inaugural Cutchogue Fire Department Stuff the Sleigh 5K Run in Cutchogue. Nearly 400 Long Islanders showed up to run the department's first holiday fundraiser and support the local community. (Dec. 16, 2012)

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Andrew Olsen, 42, of Cutchogue, crosses the finish
(Credit: Michael Cusanelli)

Andrew Olsen, 42, of Cutchogue, crosses the finish line followed closely by Mary Vines, 43, of Brooklyn, at the inaugural Cutchogue Fire Department Stuff the Sleigh 5K Run in Cutchogue. Nearly 400 Long Islanders showed up to run the department's first holiday fundraiser and support the local community. (Dec. 16, 2012)

Jessica Kalish, 35, of Cutchogue, crosses the finish
(Credit: Michael Cusanelli)

Jessica Kalish, 35, of Cutchogue, crosses the finish line at the inaugural Cutchogue Fire Department Stuff the Sleigh 5K Run in Cutchogue. Nearly 400 Long Islanders showed up to run the department's first holiday fundraiser and support the local community. (Dec. 16, 2012)

Jeff Heppner, 25, of Riverhead, crosses the finish
(Credit: Michael Cusanelli)

Jeff Heppner, 25, of Riverhead, crosses the finish line at the inaugural Cutchogue Fire Department Stuff the Sleigh 5K Run in Cutchogue. Nearly 400 Long Islanders showed up to run the department's first holiday fundraiser and support the local community. (Dec. 16, 2012)

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