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5K “Running in Color”
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Date/Time
Sunday, May 4th 2014 - 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Location
Mount Marty College

The Mount Marty College Student Government Association is sponsoring a 5K “Running in Color” to be held on May 4, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. The cost for the event is $5 for current MMC students, faculty and staff and $10 for the public.

The ‘Running in Color’ race will be a 5K Run/Walk along the Mount Marty College campus. Runners and walkers will get “hit” with five different colors of paint during the event making it an interactive experience for everyone. Participants are invited to join in fellowship after the race for a meal in the Cyber Café patio. “Running in Color” isn’t about race times or who finishes first; it focuses on fun, community, and enjoying some exercise outdoors. The proceeds from the race will go to purchase new play equipment for the Mount Marty College daycare center.

Registration forms can be found at www.mtmc.edu/runningincolor. Not a runner or walker? We would love more volunteers! Questions or information can be directed to MMC Student Government at sga@mtmc.edu.

 

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