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Child Development Resources Hosts Super Hero 5K Race Fundraiser

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YORKChild Development Resources (CDR) and Branscome, Inc will present the annual CDR Super Hero 5K race on Saturday, August 14. The event will feature food, children’s activities, music, a 1-mile fun run, and more.

The race, which will take place rain or shine, will be held at The Vineyards at Jockey’s Neck beginning at 8am. Participants are encouraged to dress in their best super hero costumes.

CDR is in the process of moving to a new location. Earlier this year, it was announced that the organization would relocate to The Historic Triangle Messmer Community Services Building on Waller Mill Road in York County. The move will enable CDR to house all of its programs and services under one roof. The new location will also be along the WATA bus route, which will provide easier access for families who utilize CDR’s services.

Due in part to delays related to the covid-19 pandemic, it is projected CDR won’t be in its new building until late 2022.

Businesses and organizations currently in The Historic Triangle Messmer Community Services Building are in the process of relocating. The FISH food bank will remain in the building through December 2021 unless it finds a new space.

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