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Healthy Kids Running Series - Phoenixville Area Returns

The Healthy Kids Running Series - Phoenixville Area is set to return this Spring with races Sunday, April 23rd. From their email:

It’s about time to start lacing up for the Phoenixville Area’s Healthy Kids Running Series at Charlestown Park! A warm welcome to the new families joining us this season. We are already over 100 runners with only two weeks before the first race! We’ve enjoyed a lot of support from returning families and look forward to continuing to make improvements as we grow.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
Spring 2017 dates include Sundays April 23rd and 30th and May 7th, 14th, 21st at 5 pm. If you haven’t signed up yet please do so we can plan accordingly. Click on the following link to register: http://www.healthykidsrunningseries.org/race_locations/phoenixville-area-pa/. Please note that the registration page has been corrected to show the final race date of the 5-week series to be May 21st

RACE BAG PICK UP
To help along with some of the race day logistics, we encourage you to stop by for race bag pick up available Thursday, April 20th 5-7 pm at All Kinds of Fast located at 214 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, PA 19460

“LIKE” OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR UPDATES

Like our page so you can get updates at the following link: https://www.facebook.com/HKRSPhoenixvilleArea. Also share this page with your friends, family, and neighbors – spread the good word!

VOLUNTEER
We are also looking for volunteers so if you are interested or know of anyone please pass them our way. We need assistance with the registration table, group leaders to assist with warmup/stretching, results keeper, course marshals, starter, bib-tearer, finishing shoot, and photographer. FREE T-Shirts for all volunteers! Please sign up at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0a49a5ae2ea46-phoenixville2. You are also welcome to join the volunteers meeting on Tuesday, April 18th at 5:30 pm at Pavilion #4 at Charlestown Park.

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