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EOU photo by Yeonhee Yiu / Register for the 2017 Color Run at www.eou.edu/csi/eou-color-run.
LA GRANDE, Ore. May 11, 2017 – Join Eastern Student Entertainment for the fourth annual EOU Color Run through campus and surrounding area beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 10.
Participants in the 5K run or walk will be showered with colored powder at stations along the route.
“We encourage all to participate in the event. It’s a great way to end the spring term while bringing together the community and EOU,” said Kellie Nostrant, student director for Eastern Student Entertainment.
After the run, participants can check out Spring Fling with various clubs and organizations offering fun activities and a free special performance from Dave Cavalier.
Entry fee for the Color Run is $20 for general public and $10 for EOU students with ID, and youth 12 and under. If interested in registering a group, call 541-962-3705.
Entry forms are available at Mountain Works Bicycles, Mountain Valley Fitness and Health, the EOU Bookstore, Grande Ronde Fitness Club, Anytime Fitness and at the ESE Office in the Hoke Union Building, Room 204.
Registration information is posted on the Center for Student Involvement’s website at www.eou.edu/csi/eou-color-run.
For more information, contact the Center for Student Involvement at 541-962-3705 or email Eastern Student Entertainment at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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