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Santa Barbara's 9th Annual 2k/5k Fun Run on September 29

Posted: Sep 12, 2018 10:18 AM +10:00 Updated:

In running news the Santa Barbara Catholic School is inviting the community to its 9th Annual 2k/5k Fun Run on September 29th. Proceeds will go towards the school's capital improvement fund. Showtime is at 5:30 am with go time scheduled for 6:00 am.  Race fee is $12.00 for adults and $10.00 for children under the age of 13 or $15.00 on race day.

You can register at Hornet Sports, Goody's Sporting Good and Santa Barbara Catholic School. Dri-Fit shirts to the first 200 finishers for the 5k and first 300 finishers in the 2k. Medals and trophies will also be given out to the top finishers in both the male and female categories.

For more info call Miriam Piana at 632-5578.

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