2008 DO Dash set for Oct. 25
The seventh annual DO Dash 5k and 1k walk/run and Health Fair is set for 8 am on Saturday, Oct. 25 at UNTHSC. Register online at the Fort Worth Running Company Web site or at 7 am on the day of the race.
The event features a carb-loading dinner on Friday, Oct. 24, and a health fair and Halloween carnival on the day of the race. The race is organized by the TCOM Class of 2011 and benefits the Cancer Education and Research Foundation of Texas. Get all the details at the DO Dash 2008 Web site or contact email@example.com.
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