20 Years of Race for the Cure: Recognizing the City of Rogers


This marks the 20th Year of the Komen Ozark Race for the Cure, and in the days leading up to the race, we’re taking a look back at its most memorable moments.

On Thursday, Susan G. Komen is recognizing the City of Rogers. 

The race for the cure has been held in the city since 2009 and with the city’s help, Komen Ozark was able to add  $10,000 in activities on race day. 

Mayor Hines starts one of the races each year and also pinks out his pups in support. 

Komen Ozark also wants to recognize the work of the Rogers police and fire departments for helping keep the event safe for all participants. 

The Race for the Cure is happening this Saturday, April 28 and KNWA will have live coverage that morning from 8 to 9:30 a.m.

To join the race or donate to Komen, click here.

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