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Irish Dash

FUN FAST CHIP TIMED 5K. Long Sleeve tech tee for preregistered runners.

Lots of fun, awards and door prizes. Come on out and DO THE DASH!!!

Saturday, March 15, 2014 in Terre Haute, IN

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