Monday, September 23, 2013
The East Cooper Breakfast Rotary presents the Oktoberfest 5K Run-Walk, Thursday, Oct. 10 at 6 p.m. at Waterfront Memorial Park, Mount Pleasant (at the foot of the Ravenel Bridge).
The Run-Walk, which will benefit Toys for Tots and the Rotary Youth Exchange Program, is an open, certified 5K course through the Patriot’s Point area with splendid views of the Cooper River Bridge, Charleston Harbor and USS Yorktown.
This evening race has a 500 participant cap so early registration is encouraged. Registration cost $25 from through Oct. 1 and includes: T-shirt, food, drinks, beer and Oktoberfest party.
A big thank you goes to sponsors Westbrook Brewing of Mount Pleasant, ServiceMaster, American Drug Testing, Raising Cane’s, ADC Engineering, Dr. Jill Aiken, Division Five, Sharon Hartley, Legare Bailey & Hinske, Bank of South Carolina and John Albrecht.
After the race, the Oktoberfest party will include music by the German Connection Band and others, beer and other refreshments.
There will also be food and prizes for the best Oktoberfest costumes. Party only tickets are available at $20 each.
To register online or to download a registration form, please visit: oktoberfest5krun.net
The Oktoberfest 5 K Run-Walk, an East Cooper Breakfast Rotary event, benefits Toys for Tots and the Rotary Youth Exchange Program.
For further details please visit www.oktoberfest5krun.net.
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