The Hall County Chapter of the UGA Alumni Association will "be on the move" at the annual Chamber Chase 5K and two-mile Wellness Walk on Thursday, March 27 at Riverside Military Academy in Gainesville. <br />
Alumni may show their support for UGA by joining the UGA alumni team for the event, which will run from 6-8 p.m. <br />
Alumni will need to register online at www.chamberchase5k.com to participate in the event. The cost is $30 per person after March 15. UGA Alumni registration may be found at https://gail.uga.edu/events/aa/aa---hall-county-dotm---3.27.14. <br />
If you are having difficulty with registration contact Chastity Nix at Chasbnix@yahoo.com.<br />
This is an official Dawgs on the Move event. Alumni are urged to wear their red and black. UGA Alumni may also volunteer to staff the alumni tent.<br />
For more information about this and other upcoming UGA alumni events follow us on Facebook, or e-mail Ron Fritchley, president of the Hall County UGA Alumni Chapter at email@example.com.
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