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Flemington-Raritan School District PTOs to Hold 5K Color Fun Run/Walk

FLEMINGTON, NJ – Flemington-Raritan School District PTOs will hold a 5K Color Fun Run/Walk on April 23.

The event will be held at J.P. Case Middle School at 301 Case Boulevard in Raritan Township.

The race will start at 9:30 a.m. and will be held rain or shine. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Parent-Teacher Organizations (PTO) for the district’s six schools: Barley Sheaf, Copper Hill, Desmares, Robert Hunter, Reading-Fleming Intermediate School and J.P. Case Middle School.

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“We are thrilled to host the second annual Color Run in the district and welcome all families, staff and administration of FRSD and all community members to join us for the 5K Color Fun Run/Walk,” said Jennifer Hill, President of the J.P. Case PTO. “With nearly 1,000 runners last year, our goal for this year’s Color Run is to have 2,000 people register to join us for this exciting event. It will be a fun and memorable day for all.”
Race Day Agenda:

8 a.m.               Race Day Registration
9 a.m.               Pre-Race Stretch (Parking Lot will Close – All Runners Must be On-Site)
9:25 a.m.          Runners and Walkers Assemble
9:30 a.m.          Race Start
Color Dance Party at Finish Line

The cost to participate is $20 per person ($25 per person after March 12). The registration fee includes a race T-shirt and bandana if registered by March 27.  Registration is now open via the J.P. Case PTO website.

Registration packet pick-up will be available at J.P. Case Middle School on Wednesday, April 19 and Thursday, April 20 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Race Day Reminders: No pets allowed, carpooling is suggested, and wear old sneakers.

The PTOs are fully recognized non-profit organizations. Donations are tax deductible.

 

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