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Campus will host Second Annual Tie-Dye Run

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Runners will have the chance to participate in the Second Annual Tie-Dye run starting at Plumb Hall on Saturday, Sept. 6 at 10 a.m. Participants in the run will be covered in different colors at each kilometer they make pass. 

The entry fee for the race is $25 for adults, and $15 for children 12 and under. Registration to place T-shirt orders ends tomorrow, Aug. 29. On-site registration is also accepted. 

After the 5K run is complete, participants can take part in the “Color Festival,” where they will be covered in more colored powder. The run is for both first-time 5k runners/walkers and experienced runners who wish to have fun. 

The money earned will go to benefit Children’s Champion Network, which helps support Big Brothers Big Sisters, Emporia Child Care and Camp Alexander. 

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Campus will host Second Annual Tie-Dye Run