Santa running, parading through Baton Rouge this Christmas
BATON ROUGE - Even though it's chilly, you still need to get outside and get your exercise. The Santa Run in downtown Baton Rouge is just around the corner.
The run is part of the annual Christmas for Kiwanis Parade. Every person who registers will receive their own Santa suit for the "running of the Santas" along the 1.25 mile course.
All proceeds from this year's Santa Fun Run go to St. Vincent de Paul. You can also bring books to donate to the 3 R's of BR, a reading and free book program by the Downtown Kiwanis.
The run is Saturday, December 13th at 5:00 p.m. in downtown Baton Rouge. The Christmas Parade will roll afterwards. Bob Blanchard and Karen Bordelon joined us on 2une In this morning on 2une In.
Watch Kylie Dixon's interview with them or visit the Santa Run website for more information.
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