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Registration Now Open for 2nd Annual 5K Run/Walk for Cancer
Register today for the 2nd Annual 5K Run/Walk for Cancer Awareness!

The School of Business and Professional Studies and the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center will host the 2nd Annual 5K Run/Walk for Cancer Awareness on Wednesday, March 29, 2023. Join us as we unite with family, friends, and the community to educate and bring awareness to cancer and its impact on our community.

This event is open to all, regardless of location. You may run/walk for the cause at anytime and from anywhere.

We are asking the Shaw University community to register and join us for this event. Please share with your colleagues, family, and friends, form a team, and join us for a fun-filled day as we unite in the fight against cancer. In the spirit of friendly competition, prizes will be awarded to the university department and student organization that registers the most participants. Register today!

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