2013 Georgia Southern University's Army ROTC 5K/10K Crawl, Walk, or Run

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KIDS RUN: $10 (14 and under) ADULTS RUN: $20 ($30 after 4/15/13) On Site Registration is open at the run site from 6:00 ? 7:00 a.m. (Cash Only)
Georgia Southern University will host the ROTC Eagle Battalion?s 5K/10K Race to benefit the University?s various military programs, such as, Snacks for Soldiers, the Wounded Warrior Project, Yellow Ribbon Campaign, and much more.

The Snacks for Soldiers program was created at Georgia Southern University in 2011 and involves collecting items, such as individual-sized chips and crackers, nuts, fruit snacks, and trail mix to send to deployed service members. The Wounded Warrior Project, which was created in 2002, is a philanthropic organization whose mission is to raise awareness and aid severely injured military members. They provide services which assist veterans' transition back into civilian life, as well as, provide mental and physical rehabilitation programs.

The GSU ROTC race has grown increasingly over the last four years with last year attracting over 500 runners and gaining substantial support from the surrounding community. This year they anticipate over 700 runners from the surrounding area

For more information on the event, how to register, or volunteer and donation opportunities please visit: http://ceps.georgiasouthern.edu/rotc5k/

Georgia Southern University will host the ROTC Eagle Battalion?s 5K/10K Race to benefit the University?s various military programs, such as, Snacks for Soldiers, the Wounded Warrior Project, Yellow Ribbon Campaign, and much more.

The Snacks for Soldiers program was created at Georgia Southern University in 2011 and involves collecting items, such as individual-sized chips and crackers, nuts, fruit snacks, and trail mix to send to deployed service members. The Wounded Warrior Project, which was created in 2002, is a philanthropic organization whose mission is to raise awareness and aid severely injured military members. They provide services which assist veterans' transition back into civilian life, as well as, provide mental and physical rehabilitation programs.

The GSU ROTC race has grown increasingly over the last four years with last year attracting over 500 runners and gaining substantial support from the surrounding community. This year they anticipate over 700 runners from the surrounding area

For more information on the event, how to register, or volunteer and donation opportunities please visit: http://ceps.georgiasouthern.edu/rotc5k/

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