BRIDGETON, N.J. – The CompleteCare Family Health Foundation recently announced that registration for the 2019 Halloween Bone Run & Walk is open to the public. This 5k run and one mile walk will take place at 9am on Saturday, October 19 at Parvin State Park in Pittsgrove, N.J.
Interested participants can register for the race by visiting runsignup.com/bonerun. The cost is $35 for runners and walkers. All registrations include a free race t-shirt. There will also be cash prizes awarded to the top 3 male and female finishers, and awards for the top finishers in each age category. Attendees are invited to join them for post-race refreshments, as well as a health fair featuring local community organizations.
Runners are encouraged to wear costumes to join in the costume contest and the spirit of the season. Schools, businesses, and clubs are encouraged to recruit teams of 10+ to participate in the race’s team challenge.
“The Bone Run has been a South Jersey favorite for runners since 2004,” said Karla Laws, Director of the CompleteCare Family Health Foundation in a press release. “We were thrilled to inherit it from the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey earlier this year and look forward to providing runners and walkers with the same great experience they have had in the past.”
The race will be professionally timed by TNT Event Management and the course is USA Track & Field Certified. The run will feature scenic uphill and downhill trails through historic Parvin State Park which is situated on the edge of the Pine Barrens.
To register for the race, visit runsignup.com/bonerun, online pre-registration will close at midnight on October 19, but participants will still be able to register the morning of the event. For more information on how you can get involved or to register a team for the team challenge, please email email@example.com or call (856) 391-1127.
All proceeds from the 2019 Bone Run will benefit the CompleteCare Family Health Foundation. The foundation supports the programs and services of the CompleteCare Health Network.
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