You may have seen hundreds of runners out and about around Notre Dame Saturday morning.
All that exercise was for one of the area's favorite charities – the 9th annual Logan’s Run to support the Logan Center which offers services for people with disabilities.
The run or walk was started back in 2004 and organizers say about 1,350 people took part in Saturday’s event, a number that's up from last year.
Whether you're running, walking or sprinting to the finish line you'll know that you're exercising for a good cause.
"I learned that people with all sorts of different challenges in life, disabilities, can still participate and be a very, very large impact,” said Ashley Wentz, a participant.
Rebecca Medley, also a participant, added “It makes me feel like I'm a part of something, makes me feel like, a little, little itty bit of work I did today is really going to benefit something a lot huger."
Since the event keeps growing, this year organizers added a pancake breakfast to fuel up runners after they crossed the finish line.