The 16th Annual Habitat for Humanity DVL Run braved the rain to help give local needy a home Photos by Corey Evan/The Valley ChronicleThe Hemet High School chapter of Habitat for Humanity, sporting teal instead of their usual red. ■ By Corey Evan / Reporter A rainy day might not seem like the perfect day to go for a run, but if it’s in the name of charity, any weather will do. The 16th Annual Habitat for Humanity Walk/Run at Diamond Valley Lake saw runners experiencing a rather soggy Saturday morning. While this year saw one of its lower turnouts (three guesses as to why!), the 173 individuals who showed up
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