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“Food for the Sole” 5k Race scheduled for Saturday, September 22nd at
web posted September 1, 2012
GREENWOOD – In honor of National Active
Aging Week, Wesley Commons will be hosting the third annual “Food for
the Sole 5k Run” at 8:30am on Saturday, September 22, 2012. The
public is invited to attend this community-wide event benefiting the
Wesley Commons’ Resident Support Fund. Last year, over 160 people
participated in the inaugural event.
“This (run/walk) event is an excellent way that Wesley Commons can
continue to expand our outreach to the community and benefit a
worthwhile cause while also promoting a healthy lifestyle,” said race
organizer Jennifer Larkins. “Hundreds of residents at Wesley Commons
participate in our wellness program, whether exercising in our state of
the art Wellness Complex, or outdoors on our campus,” added Larkins.
“We are thrilled to share this sense of excitement, and our beautiful
grounds, with others during the Food for the Sole run.”
For runners and walkers the registration fee is only $25 prior to
September 1st, 2012. After September 1st the registration fee
will be $30. The registration fee includes a dry fit t-shirt and
breakfast following the race. The overall male and female winner
will receive a free pair of Brooks running shoes. There will also
be age group awards and door prizes at the victory breakfast
celebration. The course is USATF certified.
Race applications are available at: Wellness Works in Greenwood, the
Greenwood Family YMCA, or at http://www.active.com
or by emailing email@example.com or calling 864-227-7368. Race
day registration will be available prior to 8am.
Runners begin the second annual race with much determination.
Last year overall winners were Evann McKibban and Jason Balentine and
the masters overall winners were Debbie Flynn and Tim Simpson.
Racers were treated to beautiful weather and good race conditions, and
a healthy breakfast after the event.
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