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POSTPONED! 2022 St. Patrick’s Day RUN FEST

POSTPONED! 2022 St. Patrick’s Day RUN FEST

HAGERSTOWN, MD (March 12, 2022) – Due to inclement weather, the Washington County Parks and Recreation Department, in partnership with the City of Hagerstown and in support of the Washington County Community Free Clinic, announces the St. Patrick’s Day Run Fest has been POSTPONED and will now take place on, Saturday, March 19, 2022.
 
For those who were registered for today’s run, please stay tuned to your email for additional details regarding the postponement.
 
For additional information, please contact the Public Relations and Marketing Department at [email protected].
 
 
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We’ll keep the public informed of any changes. Stay updated by monitoring Washington County Government’s website and social media channels for the latest information. Your safety is our priority!