Run Wild to Support Wildlife Conservation
The Gulf Coast Runners will host the Run Wild 5K race from 7:30 to 9 a.m., October 31, at the new Gordon River Greenway Park, in Naples. Proceeds will benefit wildlife conservation efforts at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida and the Naples Zoo.
Runners will wind through the new tropical greenway overlooking the Gordon River and lush mangroves below. There will also be a race for children. An awards ceremony will take place and refreshments will be available. Runners are encouraged to wear a Halloween costume, which will be judged at the post-event ceremonies.
Cost: $30. $35 day of the race. Location: Park entrance, 1590 Goodlette Rd. For more information or to register, visit Conservancy.org/run-wild. For more information about Gulf Coast Runners, call 239-404-7007 or visit gcRunner.org.
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