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Posted: Tuesday, January 8, 2013 2:05 pm

Green Fields Country Day School is proud to announce the 4th annual Griffin Gallop 5K Road Race and One Mile Fun Run. The annual event will take place starting at the Green Fields Country Day School, 6000 Camino de la Tierra, on Sunday, January 27, 2013.

The 5K race will take runners up Camino de la Tierra, through a northwest side neighborhood and onto the Rillito River Park Pathway. The start/finish will be at the Green Fields soccer field. The family friendly one mile fun run will all take place on the school property.

Proceeds of the event will go to the Green Fields Athletic Programs. There will be a free pancake breakfast provided after the race. For an application or additional information please contact Angela Vende Mheen at 360-1817, or go to our website: gallop.greenfields.org.

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