The Nashville Church of Scientology supports the good works of others. Today’s highlight: the Nashville Mayor’s 5K Challenge.
After learning that Nashville ranked among the unhealthiest cities in America, the Mayor’s Office of Nashville has issued a challenge to its residents to get healthy. The challenge: walk or run a 5K on November 17th. The walk/run will begin at Public Square Park, outside the historic Metro Courthouse. The course routes will take participants through the streets of Downtown Nashville. Activities on the Public Square will begin at noon.
There will be a free eight-week training program to help walkers and runners prepare for the challenge, no matter the fitness level.
Because the Mayor wants everyone to participate, the walk/run will be free of charge. Metro Transit Authority will even waive the fee for anyone needing public transport to the event.
Advanced registration online is highly recommended but not required. On-site registration will be available at the event on Nov. 17, so walk-ups are welcome. The 5K is open to all ages and fitness levels. To register, or for more information, visit www.mayorschallenge5k.com.