Beginning Friday (May 15), people can take part in the Feeding Families 5K by preregistering and then tracking their distance and time as they follow the arranged route.
To maintain social distancing, participants can run anytime through the end of the month, according to the event page. When complete, people can turn in their results through email.
Registration is $25 for individuals or $50 for a family, according to the event page, which added that all proceeds go to charity.
Winners in several categories including “best time running” and “best time walking” will receive prizes from Caffe Amouri and local sponsors.
People interesting in just donating to the cause can do so online.
Image via Caffe Amouri/Facebook
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