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March to Get Screened
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MTGS5k
March to Get Screened
7:00 am
March to Get Screened is an annual 5k and fun walk.
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March to Get Screened (MTGS) is celebrating its 13th year of supporting colon cancer awareness! MTGS festivities will be held at the Riverside Arts Market where we kick-off with our annual MTGS 5K/1 Mile Fun Run & finish with a Blue-Bash Celebration.
Registration opens at 7:00 am 
5k Race Begins at 8:00 am
1 Mile Fun Run/Walk 9:00 am
Awards Ceremony 9:30 am 

MTGS is a fun family event filled with activities, challenges, live music, food trucks, and much more!
Be sure to sign up early to reserve your spot! Proudly presented by the non-profit Borland Groover Foundation  March to Get Screened raise funds for awareness campaigns and patients in need. 

— Borland Groover Foundation
MTGS5k
March to Get Screened
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