Paul Mitchell the School in Escanaba is holding its second annual "Cut Color Run" on Saturday at Ludington Park Pavilion. It's a chance to support numerous charities.
From the Children's Miracle Network to Habitat for Humanity and Boys and Girls Club, there are several charities that will equally benefit from money raised during the 5K event. Last year $3,000 was raised, and that was just the first year. Over 40 people have registered so far, and the family event will also include an Easter egg hunt afterwards for the children.
"We're extremely excited. Last year it was a huge success, and I know this year will be bigger and better," said Tonia Harvala of the Paul Mitchell School.
Check in and late registration is at 9 a.m.; the race starts at 10.