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Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Burn Calories While Helping Teachers in the Paper Chase 5K Feb. 24

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Free 2 Teach is hosting its annual Paper Chase 5k Race on Feb. 24 in Huntsville. We would love to have the support and participation of Madison City teachers and other community members.
Race start is 8 a.m. at Constitution Village, 109 Gates Avenue downtown.
Your participation as a runner or volunteer will help Free 2 Teach continue to serve Madison City teachers and students.

Race flyer of the Paper Chase 5K Run

Not familiar with Free 2 Teach?

Free 2 Teach operates a free resource store stocked with teaching materials and classroom supplies, donated and funded by the community. The supplies are available for free to our 3,800 full-time teachers in Madison County’s three public school systems: Huntsville City, Madison County and Madison City. 
The process to register to shop is simple: go to our website www.free-2-teach.org, click on the teacher tab, register, then schedule a time to shop! Registration and more information is available on the Free 2 Teach website www.free-2-teach.org

  

 


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