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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

More than 400 runners have already signed up for an annual fundraising run, and it's still not too late to register.

Thomasville's Junior Service League will host their annual Red Nose Run 5K Saturday morning.

This year, they added a half marathon for the more serious exercise enthusiasts.

All proceeds benefit area children's organizations.

"Without the Red Nose Run and the Bargain Bazaar we host each year, we would not be able to help the charities that we help each year. Our main endowment project is the Treehouse here in Thomasville which helps abused children and they need us, they need our money, and we want to help them," said JSL President Lindsay Thompson.

The race begins at Thomas University at 8 with registration starting at 7.

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