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Come Run And Have Some Fun

The Liberty Lake Fun Run, a four-mile run with views of the lake, is coming up in August.

The new event, on Aug 16, will benefit Friends of Pavillion Park, the group supporting further development of the neighborhood park at Liberty Lake.

“There are no fun runs at Liberty Lake, so this is kind of filling a hole,” said organizer Paul Merideth, a runner.

The run will start at 8:30 a.m. from Pavillion Park on Moulter Road.

“It’s a really pretty route; it kind of circles the golf courses and runs along the lake at an elevated point,” Merideth said.

Entries postmarked no later than Saturday will have an entry fee of $12, which includes a T-shirt. Late entries will be charged $15. Entrants who do not want a T-shirt will be charged $6.

Prizes include a free year’s membership to the new Liberty Lake Fitness Club and a free round of golf at MeadowWood.

The event also includes a breakfast after the run and a Fitness Pavillion, with physical therapists and athletic equipment.

Registration forms can be picked up at McDonald’s or the Liberty Lake Post Office. For more information, call 255-5424.

, DataTimes

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