‘Baguette Run’ set for June 18


The ninth annual “Baguette Run – A First Step against Domestic Violence” to benefit Turning Point will be on Saturday, June 18, and will begin at the Panera Bread café on State Route 95 in Marion at 8 a.m.

The five-kilometer event is to raise funds for victims of domestic violence and their families. All money raised during this event will be donated to Turning Point, a domestic violence program for Delaware, Crawford, Marion, Morrow, Union and Wyandot counties.

Participants may walk or run the course, which will go through the University Heights area south of Panera Bread. The entry fee is $25 and those who register by June 5 will receive an official race T-shirt, organizers said.

Participants can enter online at www.columbusrunning.com or may pick up a race form at the Panera Bread in Marion or Turning Point.

Panera Bread and Turning Point are also seeking sponsors for the event, organizers said. For more information or to become a sponsor, contact Amy Cooperider at Turning Point – 740-382-8988 or [email protected].

Turning Point offers a 24-hour crisis line for victims of domestic violence which can be reached at 800-232-6505 or 740-382-8988.

Turning Point is a nonprofit agency. Funding comes for a variety of sources, including the United Way and the Delaware/Morrow Mental Health and Recovery Services Board.

Funds go to Turning Point

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Information for this story was provided by Turning Point.

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