Get Muddy for Recess! Terrapin and the Hare 5K Mud Run 2013

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Register for The Terrapin and the Hare 5K Mud Run and join TEAM PLAYWORKS! Help continue our great work of providing safe, inclusive, and healthy play and recess to 24 schools in Baltimore City! The Terrapin and the Hare Mud Run is a fun, high intensity, obstacle course run through the woods of Savage, Maryland. Starting at Terrapin Adventures, the Terrapin and the Hare will include 5 Kilometers of challenging terrain and will contain obstacles such as climbing walls, tires, webs, and, of course, mud.

If you like a challenge, fundraising incentives and great food and drinks from Rams Head Tavern at the finish, the Terrapin and the Hare is the race for you. Register TODAY!

Come run, jump, climb and get muddy for recess on May 5, 2012! 

Date and time: May 5, 2013 (all day)
Cost: $30 (before March 15); $40 (after March 15)

For more information on how to sponsor this event, please contact:

D'ana Downing, Development Manager (410) 779-3306. 

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