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3rd Annual Veterans Run is Sunday

Saturday, November 14, 2015

 

Still looking a way to honor our nation’s veterans? Well, look no further than the Third Annual Portland National Veterans Day Run, held this Sunday at Mt. Tabor Park.

The event will feature two races: a 5K run, beginning at 8:11 AM, and a 1-mile walk/run that kicks off immediately following the start of the 5K. Each runner or walker will receive a race goodie bag, commemorative finisher's pin, a medal or ribbon for finishing their race, a finisher’s certificate and free refreshments.

The event is designed to thank the men and women that have served or are currently serving in the U.S. military. They provide discounted pricing to veterans and active-duty military members and donate a portion of the proceeds to military charities including the Wounded Warrior Project, Folds of Honor, Operation Gratitude, Team Red White and Blue and other local charities.

The race may be quickly approaching, but there is still time to get involved. Registration will be open on race day until the race kicks off. Registration for the 5K costs $40 on the day of the race or $30 in advance, while the one-mile event will cost $30 on race day or $25 in advance.

For more information on the race, or to register, visit the Veterans Day Run website.

 

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