The Circle Trot and Circle Triathlon

On Sunday, April 13th, 2014, at 9:30 a.m. Plymouth State University’s Center for Active Living and Healthy Communities, in collaboration with The Circle Program will host the 4th Annual Circle Trot community fun run or walk. Participants may choose from 10K, 5K and 2K routes; so there is something for everyone! The event is designed to be inclusive of all who enjoy being outside and active on a spring morning.  This is a FUNdraising event and all proceeds benefit The Circle Program; a New Hampshire based non-profit that provide socio-economically challenged New Hampshire girls with the skills, courage and confidence they need to handle the challenges in their lives.

 Participants should pre-register at www.active.com to save and get an event T-shirt.

The mission of The Circle Trot is: to provide a community oriented race promoting physical activity, healthy living and friendly competition while providing family fun and financial support for the Circle Program.

The event coordinators seek runners, walkers, volunteers before, during and after the event, fundraisers and donors!  Spectators are welcome.  The Circle Trot is a great way to kick off spring and mud season!

Donations can be made directly to the Circle Program at www.circleprogram.org.  Fundraising pages on behalf of participants can be built at Active Giving.

The Circle Program also hosts The Circle Triathlon in Ashland, New Hampshire in September.  

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