OAKWOOD - Disability Resource Center (DRC) in Hall County hosts its 2nd Annual <br />
Ho Ho Hustle 5k and Candy Cane Canter 1 mile race on Saturday, December 7 in downtown Oakwood.<br />
This "Run and See Grand Prix Series Event" begins and ends at 4101 Railroad Street with all proceeds supporting the services of DRC, a non-profit organization designed to increase access and equal rights for individuals with disabilities.<br />
The 1 mile Candy Cane Canter will begin at 4 p.m. and the Ho Ho Hustle will start at 4:30 p.m. <br />
Organizers say runners are encouraged to run in holiday costumes, and they expect a visit from the "Big Guy" himself! <br />
Runners may download the 2013 registration form from the Disability Resource Center website www. disabilityresourcecenter.org or from AAA Race Services website. In addition the form can be accessed through www.active.com.<br />
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