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‘Heel for Hope’ 5K Oct. 23: Walk Toward a Brighter Future

Murray Hill Health & Racquet Club in New Providence is proud to host the inaugural Heel for Hope 5K walk at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 23, to help youth served by Covenant House New Jersey.

Murray Hill Health & Racquet Club and Covenant House are excited to take part in this event and invite you to join the fun while you open your heart to make a difference to support the youth of New Jersey.

Covenant House New Jersey serves two thousand homeless youth each year, providing food shelter, clothing and specialized services to help them achieve a happy, healthy and independent life.

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The 5K walk will be held rain or shine and will begin at 1 p.m. at MHHRC at 593 Central Ave., New Providence and continue through New Providence, with a free t-shirt, raffle entry and refreshments for all walkers.  A one-mile fun walk is included for little or tired legs.
Registration is $25 in advance; $30 at the door beginning at 11 a.m. Children age five to fifteen are $10; under five are free. Team inspired walkers are $15/person in teams of four or more.

Stop in MHHRC to register or online at www.firstgiving.com/chnj

For more information about Heel for Hope 5K, contact Gina Butler at Covenant House at 973-286-3400 or email GButler@covenanthouse.org.
Murray Hill Health & Racquet Club is a full service health/fitness and tennis facility, dedicated to enriching the health and well being of the community. Visit our web site at www.murrayhillclub.com or call us at 908-665-1141.
  

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