Back for a fourth year and benefiting The Salvation Army, the Most Amazing Race will let competitors experience physical, mental, thrilling and exhilarating tasks in an event that is a break from the mundane as they race toward a top prize of $2,500.
Back for a fourth year and benefiting The Salvation Army, the Most Amazing Race will let competitors experience physical, mental, thrilling and exhilarating tasks in an event that is a break from the mundane as they race toward a top prize of $2,500. Handout
Back for a fourth year and benefiting The Salvation Army, the Most Amazing Race will let competitors experience physical, mental, thrilling and exhilarating tasks in an event that is a break from the mundane as they race toward a top prize of $2,500. Handout

Race participants will climb, perform, solve and eat to benefit The Salvation Army

August 12, 2017 2:38 PM

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