Texas State students get moving
in support of water resources, river
The WaterAid student chapter at Texas State University will be hosting a 5K run/walk event starting at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, March 24, to raise funds for WaterAid America, the San Marcos Greenbelt Alliance and the San Marcos River Foundation.
The event will start and end in Sewell Park, located on the Texas State campus near the intersection of Aquarena Springs Drive and Charles Austin Drive just north of City Park. Parking will be available in the Lion’s Club parking lot, accessible from Charles Austin Drive. The 5K course will follow beside the San Marcos River from Sewell Park to Rio Vista Park and back to Sewell Park.
Registration for the WaterAid 5K is open to anyone aged 13 or older, with categories for both runners and walkers. Top female and male runners (18-25 and 25+ age groups) will receive medals from Hill Country Trophy. The $20 registration fee includes entry in the race, a T-shirt from KC Sportswear and food after the race.
To find more information and to register for the event, visit the Texas State WaterAid website.