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11th Annual Weston Wright "Lighting the Way" 5K/10K

Join the San Antonio Lighthouse in a huge celebration to benefit the blind and vision impaired! This year is the 11th Anniversary of their Annual Weston Wright “Lighting the Way” Walk/Run! This event will be chip-timed and managed by San Antonio’s very own iRun. Enjoy food, drinks, face painting, prizes and medals. This event is pet and stroller friendly, so bring out your whole family for an unforgettable morning workout. Don’t miss the opportunity to support the San Antonio Lighthouse and experience a Walk Run unlike any other.

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  • McAllister Park

    13102 Jones Maltsberger, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 207-7275; (210) (FAX)

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