Coming together to snowshoe for the cure
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Team Rack Pack showing their pride at Snowshoe for the Cure 2016.
Team Rack Pack showing their pride at Snowshoe for the Cure 2016.
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MANCHESTER- The Komen Vermont Snowshoe for the Cure returns to Stratton Mountain’s Sunbowl area on Sunday, February 26. Online registration is now open at www.komenvtnh.org.

For those who haven’t been before, this is a very family-friendly, high-energy, good-time, event, and no snowshoe experience is required. As a matter of fact, snowshoes aren’t even required; free loaner snowshoes will be available from Snowshoe for the Cure’s official snowshoe partner Tubbs - while they last, sizes are limited, first come, first served.

This year’s event, which benefits Susan G. Komen Vermont-New Hampshire’s breast cancer education, screening, and treatment programs, will features a competitive 3K race as well as a 3K and a 5K snowshoe walk, all through some of the most beautiful and scenic terrain southern Vermont has to offer.

On-site registration opens at 7:30 am; the 3K rRace starts at 9 am; the 3K and 5K walks start 9:10 am. The free Kids Snowshoe Fun Dash kicks off at 8:45 am.

For more information visit komenvtnh.org.
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