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Fourth Annual Burn off the Bird 5K being held Saturday, November 30th

The annual Phoenixville Jaycees Burn off the Bird 5K and 1 mile fun run returns on Saturday, November 30th.

Brief Description
5K race & 1 mile fun walk through Phoenixville, PA, beginning and ending at Stepping Stone Educational Center. Water available midway in 5K Run. Timing is provided by The Athlete’s Closet. Strollers are allowed on the course.

Register Online and Save $$. Get Long Sleeve Blended Shirt
Register online up until the day before the race and pay only $25. Register by November 15th, 2013 and be guaranteed a LONG SLEEVE BLENDED SHIRT in the size you want! After November 15th, shirts will be first come / first served.

Race Day Registration
Yes, you can register for this event on race day at the event site, right up until the start of the race. Day-of registration price is $30. Remaining shirts are on a first come-first served basis.

Vendor Fair Before and After Race
Come in and meet some of the areas best vendors and take advantage of their race day discounts.

Awards and Prizes
Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 men and women overall, as well as top 3 men/women in the following age groups (no duplication of awards). 12 & under, 13-18, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60– 69, 70 & over.

Help Our Host Stepping Stone on Race Day!
Donate supplies and receive a gift from the Phoenixville Jaycees. Needed items are: lysol wipes, gloves for changing diapers, toilet paper, hand soap, tape refill for tape dispenser, baby wipes, paper towels, dish soap, sponges, hand towels, jumbo crayons, toddler forks and spoons, tissues, copy paper (white and colored)

For more information and to sign up, visit burnoffthebird.info.

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