Battlefield Addiction organizes benefit run, walk

Registration open for May 11 event at Roegner Park

  • Tuesday, April 2, 2019 10:05am
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Battlefield Addiction presents its first annual 5K Walk and Run for Recovery on Saturday, May 11 at Roegner Park, 601 Oravetz Road SE, Auburn.

Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the race starts at 9.

The event will raise money for Battlefield Addiction, a nonprofit organization and a team of recovered addicts, community and family members working together to fill the gaps that exist in the treatment/recovery world.

Registration is open at BattlefieldAddiction.com/run.

Every participant will receive a free Run for Recovery T-shirt. Groups of five people can register together and receive a $10 discount off each entry. All fitness levels are welcome.

The event is designed for the whole family.

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