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Rotaryís Spooky Sprint next Sunday

SALISBURY ó The Rowan Rotary Club will host the second annual Spooky Sprint next Sunday at Catawba College.
Proceeds will go toward funding the Rotary youth programs, such as Service Above Self Youth Awards and the Broyhill Leadership Conference. The 5K starts at 2 p.m., with the half mile fun run for children at 2:50 p.m..
All 5K participants will get a long sleeve, dri-fit shirt, an over the shoulder race bag, a pair of gloves and more. Register at www.active.com or by going to www.salisburyrowanrunners.org to print the race application. Registration will also be available before the race on Sunday afternoon from 12:30-1:30 p.m..
There will be a costume contest and childrenís activities provided by Krispy Kreme. Food and refreshments will be available after the race for all participants. Trophies and medals will be awarded in 14 age groups for both male and female.
Race directors are Greg Dunn and Jim Duncan. ěYou all come out to run or walk, costumes welcome, no tricks and plenty of treats,î Dunn said.
Call Duncan at 704-202-8143 for more information. Timing and results will be provided by the Salisbury Rowan Runners. Primary sponsors are Sharp Capital, Wallace and Graham, Multi-Wall, Wells Fargo, Cheerwine, Global Contact Services and Silver Eagle LLC. A complete listing of sponsors will be provided at the event.

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