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Community Options to Host 9th Annual 5K Run to Support People with Disabilities

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On Saturday morning, February 11, 2017, people across 32 cities in 9 states will participate in the ninth annual Cupid’s Chase 5K run, presented by Community Options, Inc to support the special needs community.  New Brunswick's race will be help at Buccleuch Park, 321 Easton Avenue starting at 9am - registration opens at 8am!

Community Options is a national nonprofit organization that provides housing and employment support to people with disabilities. Every year, Community Options holds their annual 5K to raise money to help support individuals with disabilities in their local communities. The last three years, Community Options raised over $700,000 with nearly 5,000 runners in attendance across the country last year.

Participants will receive an “Available” or “Unavailable” shirt to wear for the race in hopes of sparking a love connection, as well as a finisher medal, a goody bag and refreshments.

For more information or to register for the event, you can visit cupidschase.org. Visit Cupid’s Chase on Facebook at www.facebook.com/cupidschase to join.

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