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Run For The Luck Of It

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MISSOULA -

More than 700 Missoulians are starting their St. Patrick's Day off early with a run Saturday morning.

People lined up at the Runner's Edge on Friday, for their registration packets for the annual "Run For The Luck of It." It's part of the St. Patty's Day tradition in Missoula, where runners show up clad in green, and have three races to choose from, and a kid's dash.

"It's a competitive event, and it's also an event for people just looking to have fun and get a little exercise, and get out there with their friends, and then they can stay and watch the parade at noon," said Run Wild Missoula Director, Eva Dunn-Froebig.

The event starts 8:45 a.m. Saturday on Pine Street. You can register until 8:30 a.m. on Saturday.

For more information on how to sign up, head to Run Wild Missoula.

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