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Saturday, February 15, 2014

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Frankfort, MI
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Betsie Bay Frozen 5k

Saturday, February 15th, 9am

Snow or Shine!

5K - Run or Walk!

$15 Race Fee

Registration 8:00am-8:45am

The course starts at the top of Elberta’s beautiful lookout of Lake Michigan, and continues down the hill through Elberta, around the bend, along Betsie Bay and the scenic M-22, heading into Frankfort at Main St., with a finish at the other end of downtown in front of the American Legion Post.

Race day registration will take place Saturday, February 15th, from 8am-8:45am at Frankfort’s American Legion Post 221, at 206 Main St, Frankfort Mi.

Restrooms, coffee, doughnuts and heat will be available for runners during registration and also after the race during a short award ceremony. Bussing will be provided to the start line, following the 5k route (backwards of course).

Saturday, February 15, 2014 in Frankfort, MI

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