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Mill St’s 52nd Annual Run Hits the Starting Line Saturday



Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen

A yearly tradition returns to Historic Bristol Borough as the 52nd Annual Mill Street Run is Saturday.  
The 5K Open Race starts at 9:45 am. You can still register for for the race pre-registration is only $25 & includes a shirt. Race is limited to 250 runners, so sign up now at Bristol Borough Business Association. Or visit the Mill St Run website
Since 1967, John Mundy has orchestrated the Mill Street Run, which is held annually the Saturday after Labor Day.
Historic Mill Street becomes a track for area high school teams as well as amateur runners.  Spectators line the streets  in anticipation of the declared winner(s).  Proceeds from this event goes to the Bucks County Rescue Squad.

This year Grade School students (1st-8th grades) can participate in the 8 am race for FREE. (Parent/guardian must register student the day of the race.)

The 5K Open Race starts at 9:45 am. Pre-registration is only $25 & includes a shirt. Race is limited to 250 runners, so sign up now at https://go.shr.lc/2NabOAb — at Bristol Borough Business Association.

Organizers recommend participants and their family and friends use the #MillStreetRun on the day of the race.
Proceeds from this event goes to the Bucks County Rescue Squad.

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Digital Reporter
Jeff Bohen has been covering news in the Philadelphia region since 2008. First on Temple Student Radio WHIP's "Run Down" Show. He then Interned at WBCB, and was a Patch.com contributor on four different Patch sites. Bohen was/ is the co-founder/creator of LeviittownNow.com helping it become the most popular digital news site in Lower Bucks County.
Bohen is a passionate about educating the public on issues surrounding mental health, as he lives with Bi-Polar Disorder. In his free time, Jeff is a avid sports fan, podcast listener, and metal head whose the best air guitarist/drummer he knows. Bohen is single and has no children.

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