Williamson County's annual city-run returns in Labor Day

Kelleigh Michanichou

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TN - Provision Groups presents the upcoming annual city-run, Mercy Franklin Classic, on Sept. 6. The annual city-run welcomes participants from Franklin and Williamson County to join the race in Downtown Franklin and cheers for families and friends. Mercy Franklin Classic provides multiple courses for all participants to join, from kids to adults.

Participants can bring their friends and family to Mercy Franklin Classic city-run, whether to compete on personal records, having a fun run or walk, connecting with communities from Franklin and Williamson County, or competing for the awards given in the city-run.

Three race courses available in Mercy Franklin Classic city-run are 1K for kids, 5K, and 10K for adults. Registration fees start from $15 with race shirts included. Participants can choose their preferred course when registering. Participants can change the course with additional fees charged. After finish the registration process, participants can pick up their packet race on Fleet Feet in Brentwood on Sep. 4 - 5. Mercy Franklin Classic also provides a virtual city run for participants who want to join virtually.

Several awards that will be given to the participants in the annual Mercy Franklin Classic city-run are Top Male & Female for each 5K and 10K, Master Male & Female for each 5K and 10K, and Grand Master Male & Female for each 5K and 10K.

Visit the website for detailed information and registration on Mercy Franklin Classic city-run.

Mercy Franklin Classic city-run benefits Mercy Community Healthcare, a faith-based organization in Franklin that focuses on providing healthcare services for communities and families in Middle Tennessee through series of counseling programs, general checkups, medical treatments, and charity programs. Mercy Community Healthcare also cooperating with several healthcare providers in Franklin to support the communities.

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