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Deltas on the Run 5K Run / Walk

Saturday, May 5, 2018
Charnow Park 300 Connecticut Street HollywoodFL  33019
Saturday, May 5, 2018
Charnow Park 300 Connecticut Street HollywoodFL  33019

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Date:  Saturday, May 5, 2018
Location: Charnow Park                  300 Connecticut Street
                 Hollywood, Florida 33019

Start Time:  6:00 am On-site Registration                         7:00 am Race Begins
Description:   The South Broward Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.'s Inaugural 5K/Virtual Walk/Run and Kid's Dash will take place along the beautiful Hollywood Beach Boardwalk to benefit lupus awareness through the Lupus Foundation of America, Florida Chapter and March of Dimes, and South Broward Alumnae Chapter Community Events.  
The South Broward Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. strives to raise awareness about the importance and benefits of a healthy lifestyle by developing health-focused programs within the community we serve.  This 5k will raise awareness and net proceeds for the Lupus Foundation of America Florida Chapter, Inc., March of Dimes, and SBAC community events.  Participants will gain a broader understanding of both the signs and symptoms of lupus and the prevention of premature birth.  Representatives will be on site to provide literature to race participants and attendees on lupus/premature birth.
Entry Fees: Early bird registration is $30 prior to January 1, 2018; thereafter, registration is $35. On-site Registration is $40.  Kid's Dash for children 12 and under is $15   All pre-registered adult participants will receive a race T-Shirt and finisher medal; kids will receive a finisher medal. 

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