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BRUSHTON — Spectators and runners from across the north of the country gathered Saturday at Brushton-Moira American Legion Post 939 for the fourth round of lawn mower racing of the season, and Legion Commander Roy Richards said that bringing the races to Brushton has been a mutually beneficial arrangement for his organization, as well as the Northern New York Lawn Mower Racing Association.

The event, Richards said, serves as a small fundraiser for the legion, and he hopes to expand in the coming years to better accommodate a growing motorsport. The races themselves are organized by the NNYMLR, and they originally approached the legion to explore the possibility of a track over four years ago.

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