There are still some spaces available in next weekend’s Seabrook Lucky Trails Marathon and shorter distances, and the race is officially approved to be live and in person, with some COVID-19 precautions still in effect.

Not only has the city of Seabrook issued a permit for the three-day event, city crews have been grooming the race’s signature trails and adding fresh layers of crushed granite to the segments of the course that make the Lucky Trails races such a pleasant change from hard asphalt.

Bernice Torregrossa:

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