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St. Margaret Foundation celebrates 30th annual 5K to benefit patient services

Tawnya Panizzi
| Monday, May 14, 2018, 10:06 a.m.

St. Margaret Foundation will host its 30th annual Brian Demchak Hope Run, a 5K run/walk on May 20.

The family friendly event kicks off at 8:30 a.m. at UPMC St. Margaret near Aspinwall and winds along Freeport Road.

Participants will start and finish the race adjacent to the Plant the Seed of Hope Memorial Garden where colorful wind spinners can be purchased to honor or memorialize loved ones.

The after-party includes the Taste of Fox Chapel where local restaurants give away free samples. There will be live music by rock group, Alias Morris, as well as free children's activities.

Cost is $35 on race day.

Proceeds benefit medication, transportation and other services for patients at St. Margaret.

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