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Crowell Women's Service League 5k Fall Frolic

The Crowell Women's Service League is hosting a 5K Fall Frolic this November. 

It's taking place on Saturday November 1st at 6:00 p.m. at the Crowell High School Football Field

Proceeds goes towards the scholarship fund and a portion to MD Anderson Cancer Center.

For adults ages 12 and up the event costs $25. That price includes a t-shirt. For those adults that want to participate in the run but do not want at t-shirt the cost is $15.00.

Children ages 11 and under can participate for free with a paying adult.

Anyone is welcome to purchase a t-shirt even if they do not want to participate. Adult shirts are $15 and children shirts are $10.

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