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Saturday, March 15, 2014

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Bay City, MI
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St Patrick's Day Races in Bay City

The 8K, 5K, 5K Walk, and Irish Double are held on March 16, 2014.

Bay Area Runner's Club presents the 41st Annual St Patricks 8K Run, 5K Run and Walk, and Irish Double, on 3/16/14 in Bay City.  New in 2014 is the Irish Double and back by popular demand the 8K.  All race registrations include a shirt and there will be no late registering for the Irish Double.  

Bay Area Runner's Club Expo and Leprechaun Race on Saturday, 3/15/14 at Community Center at 800 JF Kennedy Dr in Bay City, MI  48706.

 The Expo is open at 10:00 until 3:00 with 800 giveaways to the 1st 800 to pick up packets.  The Leprechaun race starts at 2:00 PM in the North parking lot.

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