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Come join us in the support of our 1ST Annual (MAD) Making a Difference Community 5K Run/Walk in Hardin County on November 14, 2015. The race will start at 08:00a.m. at North Hardin County High School, located at 801 S Logsdon Parkway, in Radcliff, Kentucky 40160.
The House Of Manna Bread of Life Church (HOMBOL), will host the 5K Run/Walk. MAD works to support families from our local communities and other national organizations and will to continue in the future with your support. This year they are raising money to help children with scholarships and have linked up with The Lord's Supper Soup Kitchen, in Radcliff. Thanksgiving is coming soon, so if you bring one can item and put into the Soup Kitchen's box you will receive a ticket for a free give away that will take place after the 5K race. All food will be for the Soup Kitchen who will use the food to feed the homeless.
Race packet pick ups will be at: North Hardin High School, 801 S Logsdon PKWY, Radcliff 40160 on the following days: November 12, 2015 at 05:00 p.m thru 07:00 p.m. or on Nov 14, 2015 starting at 06:30 on race day.
Tshirts will be given to the first 50 partcipants that sign up for this race. Tshirt pick up will be on race day.
On race day(November 14, 2015) registration will be $30.00.
Every runner/walker will receive a goodie bag and their will be prize giveaways.
There will be a lot of awards given out for overall and age groups.
Come on out and lets support our community! Make A Difference!
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