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Organizers expect about 900 people will participate. Onsite registration on event day will begin at 3 p.m. Registration costs are $45 for individuals, $25 for children under age 15, $100 for four family members and $1,000 for team of 25 participants. “We’re encouraging everyone to meet us at the beach as we run or walk along the sand, soak in the gorgeous views and raise funds for diabetes prevention,” said Barbara Mandel, CEO, Champions for Health. Proceeds will benefit Jump Start for Health, a Champions for Health program designed to prevent diabetes among at-risk adults in San Diego County. Champions for Health, formerly known as the San Diego County Medical Society, operates numerous health promotion programs in San Diego County.
For registration and event information, visit www.SB5k.org. Fletcher Cove, a small, sandy beach at the intersection of South Sierra Avenue and Plaza Street, is called the “Pillbox” by locals because of its history as a World War II gunnery installation. The beach is a popular spot for swimming, surfing and kayaking. Restroom facilities, picnic tables, playground and a basketball court are located nearby.