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Register for the 7th Annual Girls to Women Margaret Geis Wright Wellness 5k Run/Walk

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Please note that only the first 300 participants will receive t-shirts.


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Please note that the City of Mountain View requires that you sign a City Waiver Form prior to the event. Forms will be available the morning of March 25th at the registration tables. Thank you!


7th Annual Girls to Women's Margaret Wright Wellness 5k Run/Walk!

Shoreline at Mountain View, Kite Flying Area

Saturday, Mar 10 2018, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

2909 N Shoreline Blvd, Mountain View, CA 94043

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Registration prices will increase by $5 for event-day registrants.

Online registration closes Tuesday, March 6th at 11:55 p.m.!

RUNNERS:  If you want an official race time, please register by March 6, 2018 at 11:55 p.m

 

EVENT DAY SCHEDULE

8:00 AM: Registration begins!

9:00 AM: Race starts!

Please note that dogs and other domesticated animals are not permitted within Shoreline. 

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The Margaret Geis Wright Wellness 5k Run/Walk is a community building event that helps support Girls to Women, an innovative, grassroots, non-profit, girl-centered youth development program that now serves upwards of 60 girls a year with intensive, individualized school-year and summer enrichment programs. For more information on Girls to Women please visit our website. This event is in honor of Margaret Geis Wright.

Who Was Margaret Geis Wright? Margaret Geis Wright, a native of Kansas, was a storyteller, theater patron, mother, grandmother, and benefactor of East Palo Alto's youth. She supported wellness programs for our community's girls, and was a friend to those working with local young people. Margaret, or 'Sam' as she was known to those close to her, was non-judgmental; saw good in everyone; loved children in particular; and had the gift of inspiring the best in the many whom she touched with her kindness. Ms. Wright's compassionate wisdom is distilled in this saying of hers: "Be an avid knowledge-seeker . . . know yourself and be yourself . . . and nothing can stop you from being whatever you want to be."

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