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The Dow RunWalk will take over the streets of Midland on May 18th for the 28th year.
This year's race offers a new challenge for the youngest competitors. It's called: Run. Walk. Achieve. Club 26.2.
The program encourages runners and walkers to put in marathon mileage and save their last mile for race day during the 1 Mile Run event.
The program is free courtesy of Dow Chemical Employees' Credit Union and open to children ages 5 – 14.
To download a registration form and Club 26.2 Program Summary visit http://dowrunwalk.mymcc.org.
Registration is now open and Club 26.2 packets are available for pick up at the Midland Community Center.
For additional information, contact Jennifer Adamcik, Race Director at 989-832-7937 x 2221 or email@example.com.
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Tuesday, March 12 2013, 09:13 AM EDT
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