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Lazy 5 Vets Millbridge 5K set for Saturday

Millbridge Elementary will be the site of the Lazy 5 Vets Millbridge 5K and half-mile fun run Saturday, May 3, with the 5K at 9 a.m. and the fun run at 10.
Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three overall runners, both male and female. Additional awards will also be given to the top three in 15 age groups for both male and female.
Goody bags with sponsor gifts, toys and snacks and complimentary dri-fit t-shirts will be given to each participant. Refreshments will also follow the event.
Registration will continue all week at www.sportoften.com and a printable brochure is available at www.salisburyrowanrunners.org
Sponsors include Novant Health, LL Goodnight and Sons, Inc., Stout Heating and Air Inc., Dayspring Community Church, Sudden Impact Auto Body and Paint Shop, Concord Printing Co., Don Fortner, DMD, Mault Brothers Service Station, JVH Consultants, and Concord Trophy Center.

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