Animal lovers and their four-legged friends will gather at Godfrey's Glazebrook Park on Saturday, November 1 for Hope Animal Rescue's second annual Run For Rescue 5K and One Mile Mutt Strut.  Last year’s race saw more than 100 participants enter.  This year, there are several new activities for anyone not interested in running or walking.


Those include face painting, a doggie kissing booth, a photo booth, and a taco stand.  Race co-chair Mary Kate Brown says last year they set a goal of raising $10,000.


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Brown says they will also present trophies to the top three runners in each race and each division and also award prizes to the three best-dressed dogs.  She also reminds that registration is only $30 if you register ahead of time. The cost to register on race day is $35.  To register online visit



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