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The Shamrock Shuffle

Keith Bowers
7 a.m., Saturday March 09 | Varies. See website for details.

 The Shamrock Shuffle is a community 5K, 10K, children's fun run, breakfast and block party. It's mission? To have fun!  The event will raise money for The Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty and many participating charity teams.



Where: The Square at Union Center
Address: 9285 Centre Pointe Dr.
Website: www.theshamrockshuffle.com

The Square at Union Center

9285 Centre Pointe Dr.
West Chester, Ohio
45069
 
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