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Court to Court 5k
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Date/Time
Date(s) - April 13, 2013
9:00 am - 10:30 am

Location
Downtown Des Moines, Des Moines, Iowa

The annual Court to Court 5k Is held each April and starts and finishes at 5th & Court Avenue, downtown Des Moines.

The proceeds from this race support Iowa Legal Aid as well as provide funding to support law student internships at Iowa Legal Aid’s Poverty Law clinic.  Federal funding is at an all time low and to support both Iowa Legal Aid and student internships, Court to Court has the potential to make a major impact!

The race is not chipped; it is not high pressure.  We will provide times for runners but this is intended to be a fun run through downtown Des Moines for all ages and abilities.

In addition to the $20 registration fee, if an organization wishes to sponsor the race with a minimum donation of $250.00 the organizations logo will be included on the race shirts.  All fees and donations are tax deductible and we can provide receipts.

Contact Shawna Johnson at 515-333-6059 with any questions!

 

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