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Stride for Pride Starts Conversations

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BILLINGS -

About 100 runners participated in the third annual Stride for Pride 5-K at Rose Park Saturday morning.

This year's run benefits the Montana Fair is Fair Project, Suicide Prevention, and the Awareness Project's post-secondary scholarship. The event is put on by TAP 365 organizers to promote the spirit of inclusion and create awareness about the social justice issues in the community.

"We like to think that by bringing people together in a fun atmosphere where we can have a race and have some breakfast and coffee and all visit, it's a good place to start conversations, meet new people," said Debbie Schenk, TAP 365 Chairperson.

Stride for Pride is a part of TAP's 4 Pride Event series.

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