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Girls on the Run back in the CSRA

AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

Girls on the Run is back in the CSRA after being gone for one year.

They've partnered with the Boys&Girls Club of the CSRA and there are now six sites throughout the area.

Girls on the Run is a running program designed to help boost the self-esteem of elementary school girls.

There is an eight week training session that ends with a 5K race.

The training sites include:

1. Stevens Creek Elementary School
2. Greenbrier Elementary School
3. North Columbia Elementary School
4. Grovetown Elementary School
5. E.W. Hagler Boys & Girls Club
6. Boys & Girls Club of South Augusta

It costs $150 to enroll and there are a limited number of scholarships available. To enroll visit  www.bgccsra.org 

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