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UnknownSaturday, Oct 12 in WIlmington

The Joy-Hope Foundation 4th annual Run will benefit the Joy-Hope Foundation, which provides grieving families a “New Memory Getaway” and supports Mitochondrial Disease research. New this year: USATF certified 5K and 10K course where many PR’s were set on this flat with some hills, wheel-measured route through scenic North Wilmington residential neighborhoods. For more information, contact Amy Benton amy@joyhopefoundation.com or info@races2run.com.

When: Saturday, October 12, 2013 10K starts @ 8:30am, 5K Run/Walk starts @ 10:00
Where: Brandywine Valley Baptist Church 7 Mt Lebanon Rd., Wilmington
Registration opens @ 7:30am (for the 10K); 5K participants can come after the 10K start


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