The Chattahoochee Tech Foundation will host its inaugural “Walk Through Woodstock” 0.4K on June 12, for participants of all ages to support the foundation in its mission to help students in need.

The 0.4K “race” will start at 11:00 a.m. at Chattahoochee Tech’s Woodstock Campus, located at 8371 Main St. in Woodstock, and will end at Elm Street Lawn, located at 8534 Main St.

“Walk Through Woodstock” 0.4K participants and their canine companions are encouraged to wear their grooviest, hipster-style costumes for a chance to win a prize. This event also will feature a special guest performance by Georgia-based singer/songwriter Kurt Wheeler.

“All proceeds from this event will go directly toward helping Chattahoochee Tech students through initiatives like scholarships, grants and emergency funding,” Chattahoochee Tech Vice President of Advancement Jennifer Nelson said in a statement. “Everyone who participates in this event will be serving to make higher education an affordable reality for students in need.”

To register for the inaugural “Walk Through Woodstock” 0.4K, or to become an event sponsor, visit ChattahoocheeTech.edu/Walk-Through-Woodstock.

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