First Annual "Overcoming Obstacles" Race to Benefit Calmer Choice

June 24th at Johnny Kelley Park, South Dennis
A fun event for the whole family this Sunday at Johnny Kelley Park (Courtesy photo)

Calling all adults and kids of all levels and abilities! Always dream of doing a mud run or obstacle course but overwhelmed by the training and competition? We have just the solution! Grab your friends and family and join Calmer Choice for a day of Overcoming Obstacles, a 20-obstacle family-friendly fun run to benefit Calmer Choice (www. calmerchoice.org), a non-profit organization on Cape Cod that teaches young people to overcome their own obstacles, safely managing stress and resolving conflict so that they live happy, healthy and successful lives.

Calmer Choice’s goal is to provide skills that will diminish the risk of violence, substance abuse, and other self-destructive behaviors. Ultimately, Calmer Choice envisions a world in which people lead lives of kindness and compassion towards themselves and others.

This community event is the first of its kind for both Calmer Choice and Cape Cod, so don’t miss out on the fun! There will be photos for all race finishers and medals for the winners, food trucks, and much much more! Entry fee is only $20 for a family of 4, $5 for each additional person!

For more information or to register, please visit www.calmerchoice.org/events

Thank you to our lead event sponsors:

  • Cape Cod Five
  • Cleat & Anchor
  • Dennisport House of Pizza
  • Osterville House & Garden
  • W.Vernon Whitely Plumbing & Heating

 


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