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Farm Yoga FitWell 2020 5K Chicken Run

@ FitWell, 842 FM 471 N , Castroville Tx, 78009
Chicken...Run! Round up your best chicken or barnyard costume and get ready to run (or walk) this very fun 5K. Year two is even bigger and better than the first. The event is sponsored by Farm Yoga, Fit Well, and Run Local. A portion of the proceeds will go to benefit Castroville Area Pet Shelter (CAPS). $35 Adult Registration. $30 Student Registration. 10 and under free. Packet pick up and on site registration starts @ 8:00am. Race starts @ 9am. Registration includes a t-shirt (must be registered by February 18th), a medal, and access to a farm yoga session after the race. A trophy is up for grabs for the best barn yard costume.

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