Come-See-Me 5K April 13 in Rock Hill

March 18, 2013 



5K April 13

Registration for the Come-See-Me Road Race & Fun Run on April 13 is under way.

The 5K road race starts at 8:30 a.m. at the YMCA at 402 Charlotte Ave. and winds through Rock Hill. The 1-mile Fun Run takes a less competitive path.

The race is USATF certified and pre-registered racers may pick up their T-shirts and timing chips on April 12 at the YMCA. Registration for the 5K costs $20 through April 9, or $25 day of beginning at 7:30 a.m.

The Fun Run is free and begins at 8 a.m.

Register online at Call 803-329-7625 for more information.

Cannoli Run May 18 in Fort Mill

The first Cannoli Run will begin at 8:30 a.m. May 18 at St. Philip Neri Church during the 18th annual Italian Festival. Half of the proceeds will go to Fort Mill Care Center.

Trophied divisions are senior 60 and older, adult 16 to 59 and junior 7 to 15.

Cost is $25 for adults, $15 for seniors. Advance registration includes T-shirt and gift bag.

The one-mile family fun run is a $5 donation.

The 100-yard dash is free with prizes for children ages 6 and younger.

Register online at

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Fort Mill’s

Thread Twilight

The second annual Carolina Thread Trail’s Thread The Thread Twilight 5K Trail Race & Fun Run will be held at 6 p.m. May 18 at Anne Springs Close Greenway.

This trail run event includes a 5K race or 1-mile fun run for all ages, along with an after party of local food, local beer and local live music.

There are 250 spots for the 5K. Cost is $25 through April 11, $30 April 12-May 16, or $35 race day.

The 1-mile run/walk cots $10 through April 11, $15 April 12-May 11, or $20 race day.

Registration online at


Belmont registering adults, kids

City of Belmont Parks & Recreation is registering for spring lessons for ages 4 to adult of all skill levels. Session are held at Davis Park in Belmont.

Call 704-756-8671 or visit

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