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Elrod Pope Law Firm Sponsors Citizens for Historic Preservation 7k Run

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Elrod Pope Law Firm proudly announces its sponsorship for the Citizens for Historic Preservation 7k Run on March 15th from 6:30 AM to 11:00 AM in Fort Mill, South Carolina. The race will start at Fort Mill High School ( 225 Munn Road) and will begin promptly at 7:45 AM. Same day registration begins at 6:30 AM.

Citizens for Historic Preservation is a non-profit dedicated to protecting historic structures in peril for the Carolinas by preserving, educating & advocating their use. This organization’s goal is to increase the number of historic buildings, places and related landscapes that are protected, preserved, and actively used across North and South Carolina. Another goal of the organization is to expand the preservation constituency by increasing public awareness, demonstrating the integral relationships,  and forging partnerships.

This is a fun, family event and we invite you all to come and have a great time. Come run or walk to help us preserve historic structures. Your support will help with current and future restoration projects.

 

To register, please click the following link: http://citizensforhistoricpreservation.org/7k-preservation-run/

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