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5K Fun Run/Walk through Enchantment!

Nov. 5, 2012

The coordinators of the Adrenaline Marathon and Triathlon are pleased to be cooperating with the Washington County Rotary Clubs, to sponsor a 5K run/walk through Enchantment in the Park, a brilliant holiday light display and Santa’s Village at Washington County Fair Park. The Rotary Clubs will create a beautiful scene using hundreds of thousands of holiday lights, fountains and virtual ice displays that will be masterfully choreographed with heart-warming, holiday music.

On Friday November 30, 2012, families and individuals can run or walk a route around the Washington County Fair Park ending in the midst of the beautiful holiday light display.

Registration fees are $15 for adults, $45 for families (maximum of 2 adults and 3 children under age 18). The top 15 finishers will receive a delicious holiday pie and the individual with the most creative holiday costume will receive a gift certificate for a massage from the Kettle Moraine YMCA!

Proceeds from this Run/Walk will benefit the Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse and the Kettle Moraine YMCA. For information, call (262) 335-6892 or visit our website at

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