About 500 runners expected in Run 4 The Sea on A1A


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Race benefits Loggerhead Marinelife Center

Kids fun run is planned on A1A in Juno Beach

Registration is open for June 17’s sixth annual Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s Run 4 The Sea along A1A at Loggerhead Park.

The benefit race includes a four-mile run for adults starting at 7 a.m. A one-mile fun run for kids is scheduled at 8:15 a.m.

The event includes food, interactive kids’ activities, a DJ and the awards announcement just behind LMC’s campus in Loggerhead Park.

Awards are planned to the top overall male and female, top master male and female and top three male and female in 13 age groups. Winners from each category will be awarded sea turtle trophies. All race participants receive finisher medals.

Adult registration is $40. All participants receive a sport-style T-shirt and custom finisher medal. The kids fun run is $10/child , which includes a child’s T-shirt and medal. Parents can run with their child at no additional fee.

Proceeds benefit the Loggerhead Marinelife Center.

About 500 participants are expected. Free parking is available in Loggerhead Park with overflow parking and trolley service at Juno Beach Pier Park, just north of LMC.

For information, go to marinelife.org.org.

— BILL DIPAOLO



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