Life Promotion Run/Jog/Walk 5K coming to Fort Knox Sept. 6
By Fort Knox ASAP
August 21, 2019 1 / 2 The Fort Knox Army Substance Abuse Program is hosting a Life Promotion Run/Jog/Walk 5K next to Natcher Physical Fitness Center Sept. 6, 2019, starting at 6:10 a.m., as part of the annual kick-off for National Suicide Awareness Month. VIEW ORIGINAL 2 / 2 "Many roles -- one mission"
Officials at Fort Knox ASAP are asking those participating in the Life Promotion Walk/Jog/Run 5K to hashtag #BeThere on their social media accounts in support of this year's event. It is free and open to the community and will officially start at 6:30 a.m. with the Fort Knox senior commander's remarks right after reveille. Walkers will follow a 2-mile route while joggers and runners will follow a 3.1-mile route. VIEW ORIGINAL
The Fort Knox Army Substance Abuse Program is hosting a Life Promotion Run/Jog/Walk 5K next to Natcher Physical Fitness Center Sept. 6, starting at 6:10 a.m., as part of the annual kick-off for National Suicide Awareness Month.
Civilians whose workday starts during the time of the Life Promotion Run/Jog/ Walk 5K event may participate if they are on leave or if their supervisor makes the event their appointed place of duty. Participants are encouraged to wear the suicide awareness colors purple/turquoise during the race.
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