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Join us Saturday, May 18th for the 6th annual Run for Recovery 5K/10K fundraiser hosted in the heart of beautiful Gallatin Valley, Montana. Start your weekend with a morning dash, casual jaunt, or refreshing walk through Black Bull subdivision while soaking in 360 degree mountain views.
The start/finish line will be in the parking lot of The Commons at Baxter & Love (1794 Baxter Lane Bozeman, MT 59718). Your entry fee includes a performance race day running shirt, custom bib, Competitive Timing chip timing device, lunch, awards & door prizes. The races will commence at 9:15 AM with our free Kids' Fun Run and will be followed by the 10K, 5K, and 5K walk. Awards, lunch, door prizes, and fun will cap off the day. There will be categories by age and gender and also a walking/stroller division. We welcome the whole family to join us!
Packet pick-up will be on Friday, May 17th from 2 PM - 7 PM @ The Hilton Garden Inn (2023 Commerce Way). We will also have packet pick-up starting @ 8 AM at The Commons at Baxter & Love (1794 Baxter Lane East) on race day.
All proceeds from the race will support Alive Again Life Recovery Mission (AALRM). AALRM exists for the purpose of creating a safe Christian environment for individuals of all ages to fellowship, learn and heal from addiction and addiction-related effects. Our goal is to promote health and wellness by offering the opportunity to “Run for Recovery.”
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