Bless the Beasts and Children fun run gets going Sunday, Sept. 29

PORT TOWNSEND — The Humane Society will host a half-kilometer Bless the Beasts and Children fun run at noon Sunday, Sept. 29.

The run will start at the Port Townsend Brewery, 330 10th St., and end at the Pourhouse, 2231 Washington St.

Activities will start at 11 a.m.

The proceeds will benefit several Jefferson County nonprofit organizations — the Humane Society, the YMCA’s “Building Futures” Program, the Applied Education Foundation, Kicks for Kids and the Sea Scouts.

The $30 donation includes race entry, T-shirt, drink token, midway snacks and entertainment.

There is no charge for children and pets, all pets should be leashed.

Costumes are encouraged.

For more information or to get tickets, visit tinyurl.com/PDN-BlessTheBeasts- FunRun.

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