Roads to close briefly for Annapolis race next Saturday

Saturday event to raise money for Special Olympics

May 13, 2012|By Andrea F. Siegel

The Baltimore Sun

Several roads in Annapolis will be closed briefly on Saturday morning for the Annapolis Police Department's 1 Mile Challenge.

The event, a one-mile run through downtown Annapolis, benefits Special Olympics Maryland. Walkers, joggers, dogs and strollers are permitted

The closures are Randall Street to King George Street, King George Street to College Avenue, College Avenue to Church Circle, Church Circle to Main Street, and Main Street back to Randall Street, said Detective Amy Miguez. The race starts at 8 a.m. with competitive runners. The second wave will begin shortly after that and is expected to be completed by 9 a.m.

For race information:

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