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Additional race information can be found at http://runtosarun.org.
Run Tosa Run is a chip-timed 5k run/walk and half-mile kids' run through the beautiful tree-lined streets of the Tosa East Towne neighborhood.
The event is hosted by the Tosa East Towne Neighborhood Association and supported by lead sponsors BelAir Cantina and GRAEF, with net proceeds going to Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Come see the best of what our residents and businesses have to offer, with East Tosa awards and raffle prizes.
5K race: 9 a.m. for $25; price goes up to $30 after May 1
Half-mile kid run: 8:30 a.m. for $8; recommended for age 10 and younger
Post-race festivities: Food, refreshments and East Tosa giveaways
Race website: runtosarun.org
Race contact: email@example.com
About the prizes:
The top male finisher and top female finisher each gets an amazing East Tosa prize package.
And fast or slow, all runners are entered in drawings for prizes from these businesses.
Medals and ribbons will be given to 5K age-group winners. All kid runners get toy medals.
T-shirts are guaranteed to all runners who register by May 1, and after that, they will be available while supplies last.
About the course:
The course threads through the beautiful, tree-lined streets of the East Tosa neighborhood. Last year's course map is below. This year's route is still being finalized.
About the cause:
Ronald McDonald House Charities Eastern Wisconsin will benefit from the proceeds raised by the event. The well-known charity is located on Watertown Plank Road in Wauwatosa, near Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Ronald McDonald House’s mission is to ease the burden of families with children suffering from serious illness or injury. Lodging and caring outreach programs are available for families who have children staying in Milwaukee-area hospitals. Art therapy, dog therapy, a secret garden, and daily meals prepared by volunteer groups are examples of services and programs offered to families staying at the Ronald McDonald House.
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