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Here's the deal, Advanced Running Project has medals, shirts, and bibs leftover from the seven races it has produced in 2018 and 2019 and for only $15 you will get to choose a shirt, medal, and bib from any of those events although we cannot guarantee sizes and some events have fewer medals left than others. The shirts and medals people can choose from are the;
2018/2019 Historic Germantown 5K (8K in 2019)
2018/2019 Crossroads 5K
2018/2019 Gem City Classic 5K/15K (doesn't include jackets from the GCC 15K)
2019 Brook Mills 10K (few medals left)
2018/2019 Series completion medals
All extra medals and shirts will be $5 and $10 respectively if you want one beyond what is included.
On December 7th at 1100 at Yellow Springs Brewery we will be hosting a very low-key 5K to raise money for Rebecca Bauer who at only 5 months old has spent her life in a hospital and is in need of a liver transplant. Half of every entry fee will be given to Rebecca's mother, Katie Bauer, to offset the incredible expenses associated with staying in a hospital full time.
The route is a simple out and back on the Little Miami Trail that starts and finishes just behind the Yellow Springs Brewery. This event is untimed, there is no water station, and no food/drinks at the end. We're doing everything we can to keep the cost low. We do encourage people to bring dessert to share with everyone. ARP Founder will do some baking and bring some cookies or brownies and we'd love if you did that too!
Yellow Springs Brewery does have a fair amount of parking but it can easily fill up. There's a load of street parking or participants can easily park at John Bryan Community Center and walk about 200 meters down to the brewery.
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