The Arc Southern Maryland will hold its 4th annual Trick-or-Trot 5K and 1K Fun Run/Walk/Roll fundraising event on Sunday, October 28th, 2018. The event will begin at 1PM at Potter Heating & Electric, 6 Irongate Drive in Waldorf.
Treats: Fun for ghosts & goblins of all ages & abilities; meet and take photos with the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs’ mascot, Pinch; FREE entry for kids 12 & under; FREE t-shirts for adults; costume contest; strollers welcome; fun family activities to follow the 5K/1K events. Proceeds will benefit people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Agenda is as follows: 12 PM – t-shirt pick-up and registration; 1 PM – 1K begins and Southern Maryland Blue Crabs’ mascot, Pinch, arrives; 1:45 PM – costume contest; 2 PM – 5K begins. For more information, registration, and sponsorship opportunities, visit www.arcsomd.org/trot. Early bird discount pricing available for a limited time.
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