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Burn off those candy calories before you’ve even ingested them at Trick or Treat Trot 5K

Looking for a way to 1.) preemptively burn off Halloween candy calories, and/or 2.) engage in physical activity while wearing your Halloween costume? You’re in luck! Corinth Square and Gary

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Looking for a way to 1.) preemptively burn off Halloween candy calories, and/or 2.) engage in physical activity while wearing your Halloween costume? You’re in luck!

Corinth Square and Gary Gribble’s Sports are sponsoring the annual Trick or Treat Trot 5K run/walk this Saturday, Oct. 30.

The start and finish lines will be at Corinth Square, and participants are encouraged to wear their costumes for a pre-race costume contest. Really awesome people will wear their costumes while running the race.

For registration information, visit SportKC.org.



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