Chosen Half Marathon and 5K runs through New Braunfels this November

Dubbed the “Prettiest Race in Texas,” the annual Chosen Half Marathon and 5K returns to the Central Texas Hill Country and New Braunfels on Nov. 23.

Chosen Half Marathon and 5K runners, ages 5 and up, will finish at the Rockin’ R main camp in Gruene, 1405 Gruene Road, New Braunfels, according to the race website. The cost to participate is $115 for the half marathon, $45 for the 5K and $20 for the Kids Fun Run—a 1/8 mile loop on the finish line grounds.

Race guideline state that runners in the 5K will start and finish at the Rockin’ R main camp, and half-marathoners will be bused 30 minutes to a starting point near the Rio Guadalupe Resort, 14130 River Road, New Braunfels.

The last bus for the half-marathon leaves at 6:45 a.m., the guidelines state. Half-marathoners can arrange their own drop-off transportation, and a shuttle will take runners from the resort to the starting line.

Runners can register for the Chosen Half Marathon and 5K and find more information at https://raceroster.com/events/2019/20482/2019-chosen-half-marathon-and-5k.

An advocacy and care group, Chosen provides parents and caregivers the necessary tools to support children who have suffered trauma from the child welfare system.

Foster, adoptive and extended-family caregivers can struggle to meet complex needs of children that have suffered trauma, and Chosen works to provide outreach, support and education to help train and equip families.

For more information on Chosen, visit www.chosen.care.
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