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5K for the Fight

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with us! The 3rd annual Walk Kansas 5K for the Fight and 1.5-mile Fun Walk will be held on the beautiful K-State campus on Saturday, May 5. While the 5K is a timed event, going the distance at any pace or style is just fine. Finishing is all that counts!

The purpose of this event is to promote healthy lifestyle habits that aid in cancer prevention. All proceeds from the event will support the Johnson Cancer Research Center at K-State.

Sponsored by K-State Research and Extension in conjunction with its statewide fitness initiative, Walk Kansas, this event is an opportunity for Walk Kansas participants and anybody else to get together and celebrate their wellness efforts and successes.

This year, a fiesta-themed celebration will offer something for the entire family, including a 50-yard dash for the kids — even furry walkers are welcome. The Pride of Wildcat Marching Band will perform, and Sunny 102.5 will be onsite playing music.

So plan to participate in the 5K or the Fun Walk and bring your kids. More information and registration is available at


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