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Legacy Christian Church to hold 2nd Annual Resurrection Run

Legacy Christian Church will hold the 2nd Annual Resurrection Run 5K/Walk to benefit Coweta County Pregnancy Services on March 16. The race starts at 8 a.m. and will take place in Senoia at the intersection of Morgan Street and Pylant Street, near the new public library.

All participants will receive a short-sleeved T-shirt and goodie bag. Awards will be given to the top runners of each age group. You can register on-line by visiting www.legacysenoia.org and following the link provided or go directly to http://www.active.com. Registration forms can also be picked up in various businesses in downtown Senoia or by stopping by Legacy Christian Church on Rockaway Road.

“We invite everyone to come and participate in this great event in beautiful Senoia.,” said Legacy pastor Roy Roberson. “The race course is fantastic, the people are fun and the memories are lifelong. You’ll be glad you ran or walked the course and enjoyed a great morning of exercise.”

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