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5 Trails Half Marathon & 10K

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Event# 913-240-8727

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Run in memory of a fallen hero while raising funds and awareness for TAPS during the Five Trails Half Marathon. Runners complete your Five Trails registration. Then follow the link to TAPS, Run and Remember Event to secure your status and identify your fallen hero! Runners who secure $125.00 of fundraising to TAPS will receive a TAPS, Run and Remember Running Singlet at packet pick up. TAPS will assist in providing a 8”x10” photo of your fallen hero to pin to your singlet on race day.
8:00am - 12:00pm

5 Trails Half Marathon & 10K

Address : Starts at Warrem Middle School Fort Leavenworth KS
Phone : 913-240-8727   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : fivetrailsrun@yahoo.com

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