My Town: Running With a Mission 2014

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CLEVELAND — One of the city’s leading charity organizations has opened registration for an event that raises money for women and children in crisis.

The City Mission, along with the Sherwin-Williams Women’s Club, is hosting Running With a Mission 2014, a 5K Run/1.5-mile Walk fundraising event to benefit the Mission’s Laura’s Home Women’s Crisis Center.

The annual event will take place Saturday, June 21, and will be held at Cleveland MetroParks Zoo.

This year’s run/walk will also feature all-day admission to the Zoo and Rainforest, a Kids Dash Fun Run, face painting, arts and crafts a photo booth, awards for winners and more.

The Laura’s Home Women’s Crisis Center helps women and children make the transition from dangerous situations to self-sufficiency. Since the inception of Running With a Mission, the event has raised more than $150,000 for the center.

For more information about Running With a Mission 2014, click here.

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