Spring Into Health
Spring Into Health COLOR Run/Walk
Mark your calendars for BWC’s Spring Into Health 5K or 1M COLOR run/walk on Saturday, April 4th, 2020. You’ve heard the saying “eat the rainbow,” well why not BE the rainbow? Yes, still keep eating a variety of fruits and veggies year round but join us to get blasted with a variety of colors. Don’t worry, you can opt-out of getting colorful if you’re more of a grey-scale fan.
Morning stretch is at 8:30 am and the race begins at 9:00 am on Saturday, April 4. The start/finish line is on the backside of Dosher Memorial Hospital (924 N. Howe St) and takes you through historic downtown Southport and along the picturesque water way. Health providers and professionals will also be available before and after the race with education materials and giveaways. 5K is a timed event (awards listed below) and 1M is not timed.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? Early Bird registration fee is $15 through February 24. February 25 – Race day, the registration fee is $25. Children 12 and under get in free. Register before Saturday, March 21st to ensure you get a T-shirt with your race entry.
PACKET PICK UP: Friday, April 3 from 3 – 6 pm at the back entrance of Dosher Memorial Hospital. This is also where the race starting line is located. To get to the backside of Dosher, turn left onto 9th and Atlantic where the Locals restaurant is located. A map that also includes parking locations will be emailed to participants.
DAY-OF PACKET PICK UP: 7:30-8:30 am on April 4, 2020 near the race starting line.
- Top 3 Overall, Male & Female
- Top 3 Age Groups, Male & Female
- 0 – 9
- 10 – 19
- 20 – 29
- 30 – 39
- 40 – 49
- 50 – 59
- 60 – 69
Let’s Spring Into Health!
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Let’s Spring Into Health!
Simply walking every day for 30-60 minutes along with eating a predominately plant-based diet can have tremendous health benefits like more energy, improved mood and more consistent sleep patterns, better balance and coordination skills, stronger bones and muscles and better weight control. Choosing a healthier lifestyle can also reduce your risk of developing a chronic disease like diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure and cancer; and, if you have a chronic disease, adopting such a lifestyle can help you manage the condition and improve your quality of life. Bottom line, whoever you are and whatever your age, each and every one of us should be more responsible for our health so let’s make that commitment today – do it for the health of it.
Is your organization interested in Exhibiting? Email Leigh, the race director at firstname.lastname@example.org
Southport, NC US 28461