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Old Bills Approaches

September 4, 2012 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Town of Jackson No Comments
OB 2012

With the approach of Old Bill’s Fun Run For Charities on Saturday, more than 40 Co-Challengers have joined Mr. and Mrs. Old Bill pledging a record-breaking amount of matching funds – $2,280,000 to date. Old Bill’s Fun Run will take place on the Town Square Saturday beginning at 10:00 am, and participants are encouraged to stay for entertainment and yogurt parfaits provided by the Bunnery.  In addition to the change in the menu this year is a new shirt style.  Runners and walkers will appreciate the performance material, which includes 50% recycled content. For the third year, the Foundation will serve water in compostable cornstarch cups, eliminating approximately 5,100 plastic water bottles; and further encourages participants to bring their own water containers which may be easily filled at a number of locations.  START Bus shuttle service is also available to and from the event, running between Albertson’s and the corner of Cache and Pearl, running into town from 8:30 am and 1:00 pm and out again from 11:00 am and 1:00 pm.  Those who have not yet made a donation to their favorite beneficiary may do so through Friday, September 14th.

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