Race the Reserve on Saturday

It’s not too late to sign up to Race the Reserve Saturday, Aug. 11 in support of a safe and sober graduation night for Coupeville High School’s class of 2013.

It’s not too late to sign up to Race the Reserve Saturday, Aug. 11 in support of a safe and sober graduation night for Coupeville High School’s class of 2013.

While more than 160 runners have already signed up to participate in the half marathon, 10K or 5K fitness run/walk, late registrations will be accepted on race day, beginning at 6:30 a.m. Start and finish will be at Coupeville Elementary School and the course will wind its way through Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve.

Cost to register for the half marathon is $55; the 10K run/walk is $40; and the 5K run/walk is $25. There will be an additional $5 surcharge for those registering on race day. All proceeds benefit the graduation celebration for the Coupeville High School Class of 2013.

Find information online at racethereserve.com.

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