About 150 people ran, walked or jogged their way through the Zachary Gleaux Run course in the Americana development Saturday for the second year.
Adults, teens and children — including a few in strollers and wagons — competed in the 1-mile fun run/walk and 5K sponsored by the Zachary Chamber of Commerce.
The annual event featured a DJ, sandwiches, jambalaya, face painting, photos under the black light and plenty of glow wear.
The winner of the 1-mile fun run was Cooper Knaps, 11, a fifth-grader at Copper Mill, followed closely by his friend Ian D’Amico, 9, of Zachary Elementary.
Zachary’s Charles Anderson won the 5K with a time of 18:41.
Brothers Jordan Kozar, 17, and Garrett Kozar, 14, finished in second and third places with times of 20:17 and 22:21, respectively. Jordan is a senior at Zachary High, and Garrett attends a tennis academy in South Carolina.
Rounding out the top ten runners were Caleb Whetstone, 18; Eric Hurst, 21; Bradley Tate, 58; Brennen Hotard, 15; Alexander Qaddourah, 17; Munzer Qaddourah, 54; and Darryl Yoes, 50.
Prizes were awarded to Anderson and two participants wearing some of the best glow attire, Jessica Schwenmann and Monica Smith.
Everyone who registered for the 5K received a Gleaux Run T-shirt.
The Chamber fundraiser donated a portion of the proceeds to the creation and maintenance of walking and biking trails in the community.