Run to Benefit MS Exercise Program


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CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Oregon State University MS Exercise Program is hosting a run this month to raise money for exercise equipment.

The OSU College of Public Health and Human Sciences has a free program for those with multiple sclerosis. On Sept. 21, runners can participate in a four-mile trail run or a two mile run-walk for anyone with limited mobility. The races kick off at Willamette Park at 9 a.m.

The race organizer says her inspiration comes from her sister who has MS.

“Her story’s an inspiration for me to get out there and exercise to the best of my ability because we’re all lucky to have that. It’s her inspiration that I want to share with other people, and that’s why I wanted to do this run,” said Rachel Robertson, Race Director.

To sign up for Run for Your Life, click here.

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