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Bright Futures to Hold Triple Crown Race Series - March 29, April 26 and July 26

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Bright Futures to Hold Triple Crown Race Series

Joplin, MO – Bright Futures USA is hosting its inaugural Triple Crown Race Series this spring and summer. This series consists of three separate races in three different communities on three different days.

The first race is a 5k run in Seneca, MO on March 29; the second race is a 10k run in Aurora, MO on April 26; and the third race is a 15k run in Joplin, MO on July 26. In addition to Triple Crown Races, there will be 5k fun runs offered alongside the 10k race in Aurora and the 15k race in Joplin. These optional 5k races will not qualify for overall Triple Crown Race Series participation.

This race series is open to the public, and t-shirts will be given to everyone who registers. Runners are encouraged to collect all three race shirts. Registration for the 5k race is $20 per race, $30 for the 10k, and $40 for the 15k. A discounted rate of $75 is offered to those wishing to compete in the entire series (discounted rate includes all three t-shirts and includes Seneca 5k, Aurora 10k, and Joplin 15k registrations).

To register, visit brightfuturesusa.org/run or email michelle@brightfuturesusa.org.

Bright Futures USA is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping communities connect so they can rally together to meet the needs of their children. This grassroots movement uses the Bright Futures framework to engage businesses, human service agencies, faith-based organizations, and parent groups within communities to meet the needs of children so every child can be successful, now and in the future.

Proceeds will benefit Bright Futures Seneca, Bright Futures Aurora, Bright Futures Joplin, and Bright Futures USA.

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