UI freshman honors society's 5K run to benefit SmileHealthy

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UI freshman honors society's 5K run to benefit SmileHealthy

URBANA — Phi Eta Sigma, a freshman honors society on the University of Illinois campus, will hold a 5K run Saturday to benefit the not-for-profit Champaign County oral health organization SmileHealthy.

It will be held at 8 a.m., starting south of the Illini Union on the UI Quad, and the cost to enter is $15. All proceeds will go directly to SmileHealthy.

Anyone interested in signing up can email Tyler Ramir at ramir1@illinois.edu. Runners can also register the day of the race.

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