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“Over 7,000 Participants Take Part in 36th Annual Run for the Zoo”

Albuquerque, NM – The 36th Annual Run for the Zoo took place today with an impressive turnout of over 7,200 enthusiastic participants.

The event offered various options, including a half marathon, 10K and 5K timed races, as well as a one-mile fun run or walk.

All funds raised from the event will be directed towards improving items, veterinary care equipment, education, and other initiatives at the local zoo.

The organizers were pleased with the turnout this year, as participants showed up in large numbers, ready and excited to support their beloved biopark.

Sporting their race gear and enthusiasm, they were eager to cheer on their friends and fully engage in the event.

Participants were rewarded for their efforts with a commemorative T-shirt and free admission to the zoo throughout the day, provided they brought their race band.

The weather couldn’t have been better, adding to the overall enjoyment of the day.

Runners and walkers alike reveled in the beautiful day, as they made their way through the scenic routes of the event.

The community’s support was palpable, and the event served as a vibrant celebration of fitness, camaraderie, and the love for wildlife.

The 36th Annual Run for the Zoo proved to be a resounding success, showcasing the community’s dedication to the local zoo and its mission.

With the impressive turnout and the funds raised, the future looks bright for the zoo’s continued growth and improvement.

For more information and updates on future events, please visit the official website at www.krqe.com/news/albuquerque.





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