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Run Your Butt's Off — Color Run April 2022

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15485 W. Club Deluxe Road, Hammond LA 70403 Office: (985) 542-7138 Fax (985) 340-9029 


Run Your Butt’s Off-Color Run
April 2nd, at the Ponchatoula Area Recreation District 1
From 9:00AM to 10:30AM


About Run Your Butt’s Off-Color Run

In honor of National Take Down Tobacco Day of Action, formerly known as Kick Butt’s Day, the  KEYS Alliance Youth along with TRACC is hosting the first-ever Run Your Butt’s Off-Color Run. This event will be held at the Ponchatoula Area Recreation District 1. This is a community awareness event that will publicize the dangers of tobacco use and how we can combat the negative effects of use in our community. Our KEYS Alliance members have taken a stand to be tobacco, alcohol, and drug-free. They are doing this to bring awareness and advocate for a healthier Tangipahoa  Parish. Aside from the run, we will have games, statistics, and information about tobacco use posted throughout the event as well as a pledge wall for community members to pledge to be tobacco-free. This event is open to all ages. The event is free for all to participate in. However, to be recognized as a numbered runner and be eligible to win first, second, or third place prizes, we are asking for a minimum of $15.00 donation per participant. Funds collected for this event through donations will be used to further prevention initiatives, activities, and trainings for our KEYS Alliance  Youth. Go to to register.

Would you like to know ways to help with this event?

Sponsor/Donate- If you are interested in sponsoring this event or donating monetary items or prizes for winners, we are accepting sponsorships and donations to make sure this event is a  success.

Volunteer – If you are interested in helping with this event, please contact Taylor Addison at 985- 542-7138 or 985-634-6320

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