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Hillsborough Steps Together Benefits from 5K and Charity Run Hosted by Newell Strength June 11

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HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - Newell Strength will host a Charity 5K Run / Walk on Saturday, June 11 to benefit Steps Together, a non-profit organization that supports families facing a medical crisis.

The event will be held at Newell Strength, 2 Ilene Court, Building 1. The race will begin at 9 a.m., with registration at 8:30 a.m.

All proceeds benefit the families of Steps Together that need help.

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Based in Hillsborough, Steps Together is a 501C3 non-profit corporation. All donations are tax deductible. The organization has allocated $184,000 to families in the township since it was established in 2013.

The run will benefit kids like Alexander Monto, born with congenital heart defects and a clubbed foot. 

The “never run before” course was designed exclusively for this event by the coaches at Newell Strength. There is a $20 donation to run / walk in the race. Trophies for the winners of the Men’s, Women’s and Teenage division will be awarded at the end of the race along with a ceremonial check presentation to Steps Together.

All racers are invited back to return at 3 p.m. for the annual Block Party as guests of Newell Strength for a complimentary barbecue and music.

Register for the race by visiting: http://www.newellstrength.com/5k-for-charity

Donations can be dropped off at Newell Strength at any time prior to June 11 for those unable to participate in the race.

Newell Strength is a personal training facility that offers strength and muscle-building programs along with customized nutrition and supplementation plans. Members train in small groups, never more than 6 clients to one coach.

 

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