Ohana Halloween Scare Run at Rosemary Beach

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  1. Audrey J

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    Goblin and ghoul friends, break out your brooms and pumpkin heads and join Ohana Institute's inaugural Halloween 5k Scare Run and 1 mile Fun Run in Rosemary Beach on the St. Augustine Green, Oct. 24 at 7 a.m.

    Here's the run-down.

    Costumes are encouraged! Your attire should be running wear with Halloween flair. This year's race is sponsored by Grayton Beer Company and Amavida Coffee.

    Registration is open now at active.com!

    Bring your ID and pick up your race packet at Amavida Coffee on Oct. 23 between noon- 5 p.m. The 5K begins at the Rosemary Beach St. Augustine Green at 7 a.m. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to the race. The 1 mile Fun Run begins at 8:30 a.m. Awards will be presented at 9:15 a.m. in the St. Augustine Green Amphitheater. There will be prizes for:

    Overall Male/Female (5K)
    Overall Male/Female (Mile)
    Age Groups Male/Female: 0-12, 13-18, 19-29, 30-39, 40-54, 55+ (5K)
    Age Groups Male/Female: 0-5, 6-9, 10-12 (Mile)
    Best Costume Male/Female: 0-5, 6-12, 13-18, 19+

    Proceeds from the race go directly toward the academic, social and emotional needs of students at Ohana Institute. As students create, design and implement a path to success, their needs are met through the guidance of a loving and hardworking staff. From international cultural and service travel to independent, project-based learning, multiple electives, the Ohana Records Rock on the Road tour, and everything in between, there are countless opportunities for students to find their passion and "experience the different" through individualized learning.

    For more information about Ohana Institute and this year’s race, visit www.ohanainstitute.org. Join the conversation on Facebook and follow them on Instagram @ohana_institute.

    Now, feast your eyes on this poster created by the talented students at Ohana Institute...


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