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LIFE/CENTER for Independent Living to host Obstacle Advantage Race

LIFE/RUN to host Obstacle Advantage Race (Source: LIFE/RUN) LIFE/RUN to host Obstacle Advantage Race (Source: LIFE/RUN)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The LIFE/RUN Center for Independent Living is hosting an Obstacle Advantage Race (OAR) on Saturday, May 13.

OAR is an initiative designed to encourage the participation of individuals with all types of disabilities in a day of recreational sports and games.

Families and friends are invited to participate too. 

Andy Van Arum, the health and fitness coordinator for the center, has designed an accessible obstacle course along with other activities like sumo wrestling and horse shoes. 

There will also be fitness booths, live music, food vendors, and prizes. 

The event is taking place at the Buddy Holly Recreational Area located at 2525 North University Avenue. 

For more information on how to get involved, contact Andy Van Arum at 806-795-5433 or email him at andy.vanarum@liferun.org.

Click here to learn more about the LIFE/RUN Center.

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