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2nd Annual Red Bowl Run

The 2015 Red Bowl Run is a chip-timed family-friendly 5K walk/run for people and pets of all ages and abilities. Registration fee includes an official moisture-wicking racing shirt, a runner’s cinch sack full of goodies from the sponsors, and a timing chip for the race. The Red Bowl Fund supports mission partners across the globe as they carry out orphan care, prison ministry, and poverty/hunger alleviation efforts. These mission partners are grounded in the local church of these communities year-round and they rely largely on Red Bowl funding to support their life-saving and life-giving ministries. The Red Bowl fund is managed and distributed to these partners monthly by Grace Point Church in San Antonio, Texas.

Venue Details

  • Eilan Hotel

    17103 La Cantera Pkwy, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 598-2900; (210) (FAX)

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