I’m pretty stoked to share some exciting news! Pawmetto Lifeline and Fleet Feet have collaborated for a pub run next Monday 10/27/14 in honor of Adopt a Shelter Dog month! If you know me well, then you know that I’m pretty excited to see two of my passions come together like this!
I adopted Elijah through Pawmetto Lifeline. [Go here if you want to read the story.] He is no stranger to pub run and several of my running buddies know him very well. That’s because he’s my favorite running partner! Here’s a picture of us at pub run one evening earlier this year.
If you live in the Columbia, SC area, be sure to mark your calendars and come out to the Fleet Feet Pub Run on Monday 10/27/14 at the British Bulldog in Harbison! Please arrive early to meet some dogs and to learn more about Pawmetto Lifeline and what they do! The dogs there can even be taken for a walk. Walking (for those with dogs) and running begins at 6:30pm.
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