Thursday, September 14, 2000

Kicks offers kids, families an evening on the riverfront




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Kicks For Kids will hold its 4th annual Twilight River Run on Sept. 30 at Sawyer Point.

        The event is geared toward families looking for a fun evening on the riverfront, as well as toward competitive runners and walkers and company/school/neighborhood running teams.

        Kicks For Kids includes a 9K run/walk that bridges Cincinnati, Newport and Covington, a 3K family run/walk, a special K for children with physical and/or mental disabilities, and a children's fun run.

        After the races, there will be live music by Glide, a Kids' Zone, cash prizes, door prizes, and food and drink.

        Prizes will be awarded to top race finishers.

        Pre-register by Sept. 20 by calling 331-8484, or visit the Internet at www.kicksforkids.org.

       



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