On May 23rd, the usually quiet and serene Centennial Trail is set to become the new buzz of Snohomish when a group of local moms, joined by hundreds of runners, moves forward in an effort to support the local Search and Rescue team. The Monkey Run 5k celebrates its debut event with fitness and community at the forefront of its mission.
The team of women behind this event consists of dedicated mothers that joined forces to create Proud Monkey Events, an organization with a mission to promote wellness in the lives of others. This race is making an effort to raise community interest in health and in supporting local organizations, by offering weekly running meetings, a couch‐to‐5k training program, and the Monkey Run 5k race. This year, race proceeds will help support Snohomish County Volunteer Search and Rescue, an organization dedicated to helping lost hikers, children, climbers and more. Event Details:
May 23, 2010 – 10:00am Centennial Trail ‐ Snohomish, WA www.monkeyrun5k.com Contact (not for publication): Malia Mihailoff (206) 963‐3558: firstname.lastname@example.org