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|Two races for $50!||
Want to run both the Our Boys 10K on April 28 and the Spartan 5K Road Race on May 5? Now you can register for both races for just $50, with no service charge. That's a $63 value, and you'll have completed two of the nine events in the ROC Series!
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A 5K Road Race on the beautiful streets of Davidson, North Carolina on May 5, 2012.
The Spartan 5K Road Race supports the Community School of Davidson, who states that "Our goal is to create an innovative, inspiring school to serve families in our community. We are concerned with the total development of each student and believe that it is our responsibility to address the cognitive, social, emotional and physical development of all our students throughout each school day. This holistic approach to educating our students is designed to help them develop into healthy and well-rounded individuals who enjoy life and learning."
The Our Boys 10K on April 28, 2012, supports the Batten Disease Support and Research Association, a non-profit organization that coordinates research funding and provides support to families affected by Batten Disease, a rare genetic brain disorder that causes blindness, seizures, cognitive decline and eventually the loss of motor skills such as walking, talking and swallowing. Batten Disease is always fatal and currently has no treatments. The Hawkins family of Concord hosts Our Boys 5k/10k in honor of their sons Brandon and Jeremy, affected by Juvenile Batten Disease. More information on the family at www.ourboysjourney.com.