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Laurie Kelly, head volleyball coach at Rocky Mountain College, will be the Pasta Night guest speaker for the Montana Women's Run, Friday, May 11, sponsored by The Olive Garden. Join other runners, walkers and volunteers the night before the big run at 4:30 p.m. for a Health Expo, followed by a pasta dinner at 6:30 p.m. Pasta Night and the free Health Expo are held in the MSU-B cafeteria located on MSU-B's campus. Make Pasta Night reservations before Wednesday, May 9, by checking the appropriate box on your race entry form, by calling 255-8488 or online at www.womensrun.org. The cost is $10.
The Women's Run will host the Health Expo for the fifth year. The Expo is held before Pasta Night at 4:30 p.m. and 7pm sponsored by Billings Clinic. The Health Expo is free to everyone and will feature interactive exhibits and presentations. Kelly, a longstanding advocate and leader for sports and women's health in Montana, wraps up a successful fifth season as the head volleyball coach at Rocky Mountain College.
Cape and Tiara Award Presentation
The Montana Women's Run honors one fabulous woman each year with the Cape and Tiara Award.
The Award will be presented on May 11, at the Pasta Night event. Nominations are now being accepted and must be submitted by April 25, by logging on to www.womensrun.org and applying online or downloading the entry form -- or call 255-8488.
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