Issaquah Run 2010 – good cause, good times

This year, the Issaquah Schools Foundation is the primary beneficiary of the event, which will be held on the Sunday of the Salmon Days Festival, Oct. 3.

  • Thursday, September 23, 2010 5:02pm
  • Life
The money that Rotary raises through your entry fee goes to support local nonprofit groups doing important work in the community.

The money that Rotary raises through your entry fee goes to support local nonprofit groups doing important work in the community.

Under clear blue skies, hundreds of runners made their way around the streets of Issaquah for Rotary Issaquah Run at the 2009 Salmon Days Festival – serious competitors and top-line athletes, along with moms and dads pushing young children in strollers, boys and girls on bikes, and friends out for a jog.

The Rotary Issaquah Run is a tremendous activity for people of all ages – a great way to stretch the legs and get active.

Better yet, the money that Rotary raises through your entry fee goes to support local nonprofit groups doing important work in the community. This year, the Issaquah Schools Foundation is the primary beneficiary of the event, which will be held on the Sunday of the Salmon Days Festival, Oct. 3.

Sign up online at www.issaquahrun.com, to receive your official Issaquah Run t-shirt. You can also sign up at a number of sporting goods stores around the Eastside, including Footzone at 755 NW Gilman Blvd.

Late entries will also be taken at the Rotary Booth during the Salmon Days Festival.




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