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Posted by Nicole Richards on Friday, June 5th, 2015 at 10:44am.

4 Mile Race & 1 Mile Kid’s Run

South Florida is portraying beaming sunrays and a nice ocean breeze that sprays mists when waves crash, makes a morning run a quite enjoyable one in Juno Beach, Florida.
Along the beautiful Atlantic Ocean and A1A, Loggerhead Marinelife Center will be holding its 4th Annual ‘Run 4 the Sea’ event led on Saturday, June 20th, 2015. This 4 mile race for adults and a one mile run for the kids will be directly benefitting the mission of the Loggerhead Marinelife Center. “The mission: to promote conservation of Florida's coastal ecosystems with a special focused on threatened and endangered sea turtles.”

In participating in this wonderful local event, whether you choose to walk or run the four miles, you will automatically become a conservation ambassador. A simple and fun way to care about our oceans and the beautiful creatures who call it home just by getting a little exercise proves to increase happiness and of course, overall health.
This year, ‘Run 4 the Sea’ will be awarding all participants with medals and if you register prior you will receive an awesome and very supportive T-Shirt along with so much more. Breakfast will be provided along with a kick of Dunkin Donuts coffee to get you going! Also, spinning the perfect summertime race jams will be DJ Al.

The race begins at 7:00 a.m. with the one mile run following at 8:15 a.m.
If you are not able to run and would like to promote ocean conservation and threatened/endangered sea turtles you may donate to the cause.
Interested in being a vendor at Run 4 The Sea? “Your business will have a captive audience of more than 500 people, with the majority interested in an active lifestyle. Vendor fee is $100, which includes two chairs and a table. You must provide a tent. Email Kat Rumbley at krumbley@marinelife.org or call 561-626-8280 ext. 115 for more info.”

Juno Beach, Florida is an iconic place to run alongside of with gazing views of the beach, the delightful ocean breeze and a place where more than 10,000 sea turtles nest every year. Juno Beach serves us a reminder of how important for our community to support sea turtle conservation.

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