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Deadline approaching to sign up for Brian Matters Challenge Run

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UPDATE: The deadline is May 1st to sign up to run the Brian Matter Challenge Run on May 3rd.

According to the Brian Matters website "The purpose of the run is to raise awareness to the problem of teens and alcohol. We are hoping to involve all schools in the greater Toledo area and would like to have as many kids, parents and other adults take part in this very important event relating to our children’s future. This run presents a unique opportunity for all kids in our community to unify toward a common goal."

Sign up by Thursday May 1st at midnight for the 5K run that starts at the Ottawa Hills High School at 9 a.m. on Sat., May 3. Tee shirts are only guaranteed through the website through Wednesday, April 30th.

Packet pickup at Dave's Running shop in Sylvania Friday May 2 from 5-8pm.

For more information visit the Brian Matters website.

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