Cheyenne Mountain Zoo invites world class runners and families alike to Run to the Shrine on Saturday, May 18, 2013. Both the 5K and the 10K options curve through the Zoo and some of the most stunning mountain scenery this side of the Rockies. The races conclude with a party at The Lodge at Moose Lake!
AspenPointe is sponsoring the event, which is a great opportunity for competitive racers, casual walkers, as well as families and children to show their enthusiasm for the Zoo. Run to the Shrine offers the coveted opportunity to traverse Shrine Road via foot, the only time of the year when foot traffic is allowed. Learn more about training for Run to the Shrine.
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION: Register by Jan. 31, 2013 to receive $5 OFF all Run to the Shrine registrations for ages 11 and up!
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One of the largest nonprofits in Colorado Springs, AspenPointe traces its roots back to 1875 when we were called the Springs Relief Society. That organization, which delivered coal, lumber and clothing to the needy, was the genesis of what today is a comprehensive and integrated system of care that addresses the overall wellness of each client whether they need behavioral health services, counseling services or career services.
We have 12 organizations that serve more than 30,000 individuals and families each year through behavioral health services, counseling services, career services, education, housing, jail diversion/reintegration, telephonic wellness and care management.
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