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The 5pm Post – Volunteer opportunity with TEAM TO END AIDS

From an email:

My organization is looking for volunteers to help out at the Rock ‘n’ Roll USA Marathon and Half Marathon on March 17th. We’ve got a water stop at North Capitol and Bryant Streets and could use some help from the community! Please see below for the announcement. Thank you so much!

The TEAM TO END AIDS (T2) endurance training program is currently recruiting volunteers to represent T2 at the Rock ‘n’ Roll USA Marathon and Half Marathon on Saturday, March 17th.

T2 will be hosting a WATER STOP at Bryant and North Capitol Streets. Volunteers here will assist with the set-up of the station and the distribution of water and Gatorade to runners of the Rock ‘n’ Roll USA race. For planning purposes, volunteers will be needed from approximately 6:30 am until 10:30 am. Come out and support runners from across DC and the nation as they run through OUR neighborhoods! Experience the excitement of a world class event in our own backyard.

If you have additional questions or would like to sign up as a T2 volunteer please contact Anna Bavier at 202.408.4848 x 260 or via email at [email protected]

On behalf of AIDS United and the Washington AIDS partnership, thank you!

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