FAIRFIELD — The 2013 SoFitCity has two new challenges this year – a Mayor’s Cup award and costume contest.
The new challenges pit armed services against each other as well as police versus fire. The event is Sept. 28 and pits city again city in an effort to claim the title of SoFitCity.
“What’s great about this concept is that it’s inclusive,” race director Todd Rewick said in a press release. “It’s a party for folks who like live music and dancing. It’s a kids’ event for fundraising for their schools and it’s a championship event for runners (who are) here for the medal or seeking a title.”
Registration is underway for the second annual county race.
“SoFitCity was so much fun last year,” said Dilenna Harris, Kaiser Permanente public affairs manager, in the press release. “And we are proud to support the SoFitCity mission to build a fitter Solano County.
“We believe community partnerships are the essence of a fitter community and the SoFitCity is one of many local prevention-driven programs that we support.”
Funds raised from the registration benefit the Solano County Library Foundation and other nonprofits that promote fit minds and fit bodies for a fitter community.
For more information, visit www.SoFitCity.com.
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