Fun Run for your neighbors |
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Running is on our minds, with Bloomsday closing in. Why not get a jump start.. and run the week before for a good cause?
The Sunday before Bloomsday, April 28th, you could take part in the inaugural CHASE Strides for SNAP Fun Run and Walk.
The Run/Walk is sponsored by CHASE Bank and benefiting SNAP programs that assist low-income residents of Spokane County. It will feature 1K and 5K courses along the scenic Centennial Trail. Check-in begins at 8 a.m. in Mirabeau Point Park with the walk/run starting at 9 a.m.
“This is a great opportunity to get the word out about SNAP and the programs we offer to help people achieve stability and self-reliance,” said SNAP CEO Julie Honekamp. “For 47 years, we’ve been there for our neighbors in Spokane County when times get tough and this is another excellent way to generate awareness about that support.”
Last year SNAP helped nearly 47,000 residents of Spokane County in foreclosure prevention, energy assistance, weatherization, credit repair, small business development and affordable housing. Overall, the nonprofit agency offers more than 30 programs designed to help people achieve self sufficiency.
You can register HERE.
Cost to register is $10 or $20 with official race T-shirt. Happy running!