Time: Jan 01, 0001 08:30 AM
445 Upton Drive
St. Joseph, MI
Contact Phone: 269.983.2707
Help Lory’s Place continue their grief support services by participating in the 2023 5K Run Walk Rock event. Run or walk along the marina on the river, past the shoreline of Lake Michigan, and down the historical brick streets of Ridgeway. Looking for a slower pace? Enjoy all the fun in a restful rocking chair near the start or finish line.
Register for the event at lorysplace.org/rwr
Register on or before May 19 to receive a $5 discount for groups of four or more. Participants are guaranteed a tri-blend t-shirt if they register before April 30. All participants are eligible to win a signature white rocking chair.
$25 Register by March 31
$30 Register April 1 to 30
$35 Register May 1 to 18
$40 Register May 19 to 20
Great reasons to run, walk or rock
- Spend time with friends and family, socialize and create lasting memories.
- Soak up the sunshine and the scenic view of the breath-taking beaches of Lake Michigan.
- Reap health and wellness benefits.
- Savor the joy and feeling of fulfillment of knowing you are making a difference in the lives of friends and neighbors.
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