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Join us for a family-friendly run/walk to benefit Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters! The RUN FOR KIDS' SAKE 5K and KIDS 1/2 MILE FUN RUN will feature the friendly confines of Dunkin' Donuts Park in Downtown Hartford and take participants on a course that zig zags its way through America's Best Double-A Ball Park as voted by the readers of Ballpark Digest. Awards will be given for overall, age divisions, and BEST COSTUME. More than a race, RUN FOR KIDS' SAKE will have activities, drawings, food, and fun for all ages, all while supporting a great cause!
Race Day Schedule:
8:00-9:45 AM | Packet Pick-up; Day of Registration; Pre-Race Activities
9:15 AM | Warm Up
9:45 AM | Kids 1/2 Mile Fun Run
10:30 AM | 5K Run / 1 Mile Walk
11:30 AM | Awards
About Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters: Since 1966 Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters has been changing the lives of children across Connecticut. As an independent 501(c)(3) organization affiliated with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, the nation’s oldest youth mentoring organization, the mission of Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. Through the excellence of our programs and the commitment of our volunteers and staff, Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters is recognized widely as the “face” of child and youth mentoring in the state of Connecticut.
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