HospiceCare's Chocolate Chase 5K/10K races set for Saturday

HospiceCare’s Chocolate Chase 5K/10K races step off at 9 a.m. this Saturday, April 9, at the Greenbrier County Courthouse in Lewisburg. Runners and walkers can pre-register online before midnight Thursday, April 7, at https://www.aptiming.com/race/1363.

Course Information: The races will start and finish at the Greenbrier County Courthouse in downtown Lewisburg. The 5K runners and walkers will turn around just past the I-64 overpass bridge and 10K runners and walkers will turn around at the water station at the 3.1-mile marker.

There will be COVID-19 protocols in place for his event. Organizers ask all participants to read and follow the protocols so that they can have a safe and successful event.

All participants will receive a finisher medal. T-shirts are available for sale online and at the race. For more information, please call Missy VanBuren at 304-645-2700.

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