CODA Announces Winner of its Race4Love 5K Run/Walk T-Shirt Contest

Citizens Opposed to Domestic Abuse (CODA) is pleased to announce that Pamela Brownstein, Editor of the Island News, has won the Race4Love 5K Run/Walk T-Shirt Design Contest. This is the second time Brownstein has won this contest, which attracted a number of impressive entries. This winning entry will be represented on race t-shirts, as well as on promotional materials for the race, which is scheduled Saturday, February 14, 2015 at Cat Island. “We had a number of wonderfully creative design entries this year, which made the decision difficult for the committee,” stated Kristin Dubrowski, CODA’s Executive Director. As the contest winner, Brownstein will receive a $100 prize, a t-shirt featuring her design, and one free entry into the 2015...
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2015 Race4Love T-Shirt Design Contest Now Open!!!!

Hey designers! Interested in a cool $100 prize? Check out the CODA Race4Love t-shirt design contest page for guidelines and an entry form. There’s no entry fee, so that means there’s no excuse — send us your best work by December 1. We look forward to seeing your work, and we’re also very grateful for your support and interest!
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Check us out on Twitter and Instagram!

Hello friends! You can now find updates on CODA’s 2015 Race4Love on Twitter and Instagram. Be sure to follow us on the social media platform of your choice — there’s some fun stuff in the works, including a t-shirt design contest and early registration prizes! Twitter: @codarace4love Instagram: www.instagram.com/codarace4love And you can always check in at CODA’s Facebook page for information about other CODA events. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, so keep an eye out for events and information designed to increase awareness of an issue that is all too often...
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Your first 5K? Tried and True Training!

It’s never too early to start prepping for a race (or to start thinking about training, or thinking about thinking about training). We thought we’d pass along a 5K training plan that’s useful for runners of all ages and abilities. Maybe it’ll be something you can use as summer slowly but surely winds down and we get closer to a time when stepping outside won’t feel like you’re being covered in a hot, wet blanket. Cool Running’s Couch-to-5K plan Give it a shot! All it takes is 20-30 minutes, 3 days a week, and after a little over two months you’ll be completing a 5K. (A few Race4Love staffers will be starting this plan soon and we’ll post updates on their...
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