22nd Annual Red Nose Run/Walk to be held in Del Mar

Sign up now! Del Mar’s 22nd Annual Red Nose Run/Walk will be held on Friday. Dec. 13, at Del Mar Beach (Powerhouse Park).

Benefiting two local 501 c 3 charities, Semper Fi and Fresh Start Surgical Gifts, this popular holiday event is enjoyed by all ages and levels of fitness.

“This is the most unique and heart-warming fun run ever” Al Bernotas said. “We applaud our participants, especially those who have been injured defending our freedom.”

The special run/walk provides an opportunity to join together in an atmosphere filled with the holiday spirit of giving and gratitude. Held at beautiful Del Mar beach it doesn’t get better than that! Besides, where else will you see antlers and red noses running on the beach?

Stick around for the lively auction, raffle and hors d’oeuvres that takes place on the beachfront patio of trendy Poseidon Restaurant. The auction items include unique opportunities and trips at prices that can’t be beat! Save on early registration!  Go to: http://www.rednoserun.info/

Registration on race day begins at 1 p.m.

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