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Participants gather at the Park at Riverwalk where about 800 ran in the annual Fit for Buisness race Saturday in Bakersfield.

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Connor, Jeremy and Carson Triantafilo had a nice shady spot Saturday at the Park at Riverwalk as they participate in the Fourth Annual Fit for Business race.

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The Fourth Annual Fit for Business race at the Park at Riverwalk put on by the Kern Economic Development Foundation was well underway Saturday morning to help support their workforce development/mentoring programs in local high schools.

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Many got off to a good start in the Fit for Business event Saturday in Bakersfield, put on by the Kern Economic Development Foundation.

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Close to 800 were signed up for Saturday's run at the Park at Riverwalk for the annual Fit for Business race.

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Runners and their dogs participate in Saturday's annual Fit for Business race.

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The weather Saturday morning was perfect for the 7:30 a.m. 5k/10k race at the Park at Riverwalk for about 800 runners, walkers, strollers, dogs, scooters and more.

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Many ran Saturday during the Fit for Business 5k/10k run to help support the Kern Economic Development Foundation's workforce development/mentoring programs in local high schools.

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As the Fit for Business race goes on, the runners become more spaced out along the bike path Saturday.

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Some of the participants ran in the Fit for Business annual race while others walked. Some were pushed in strollers and one even rode on a scooter.

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Carter Stubbs was able to coast part of the way Saturday on his scooter during the annual Fit for Business race.

A good run and walk Saturday morning not only contributed to the fitness of about 800 people, but also raised money for mentoring and workforce development programs in local high schools.

The fourth annual Fit for Business race at the Park at Riverwalk was put on by the Kern Economic Development Foundation, complete with a challenge to local businesses to sign up the largest team,

Californian photographer Casey Christie captured these images of the fun.