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Partners In Health 5 K Night Run and Walk and Run for Moms (Fundraising Event)

Where:

Portsmouth, OH - Shawnee State University - Health Sciences Building


When:

July 19, 2013 - 9:00 PM


What:

5 K Ryn and Walk


Course:

Flat easy course that starts and ends at Shawnee State University. Course is well marked and mostly very well lighted but wear reflective clothing to be safe! Run past the beautiful and historic flood wall murals and then run across the US Grant Bridge.


Entry Fees:

Preregistration- $25. Race night registration- $30. 75% of proceeds go to Partners In Health to help build a maternity hospital in Malawi where 15% of women die during pregnancy or childbirth. 25% of proceeds donated to Stepping Stone House, a residential alcohol and drug treatment program for women, designed to accommodate pregnant mothers and mothers with their children.

Age Groups:

19 and under 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60 and over


Awards:

Medals awarded to overall male and female runner Medals awarded to first and second place for each age group. T-shirts guaranteed to each preregistered runner. Race day registrants will be given T-shirts as available.


More Information:

Campus map: http://www.shawnee.edu/pub/campusmap.pdf. Registration in the Health Sciences Building (near the Rhodes Athletic Center) Please note that parking is available between the James A Rhodes Athletic Center and Health Sciences Building. Check out Partners in Health web page to learn more about this organization. http://www.pih.org/ Check out Stepping Stones House web page: http://www.thecounselingcenter.org/The_Counseling_Center/SSH.html The Shawnee State University Student Nursing Association will help with this race. Learn more about Partners in Health, Malawi and Stepping Stone House before and after the run!

Time:
Host: Carolyn Pettit
Contact Phone: 740-354-1434
Location:
Portsmouth, Ohio (Portsmouth, OH)
940 Second Street
Portsmouth, OH 45662

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