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Hash House Harriers: New Year's Hash

Author:Author unknown, Issue: January 2002, Topic: Sports

2002 is the year of the horse, and so we wish you a powerful new year - 2002 horsepower worth! To celebrate the new year, the Hash Horse Harriers (I mean Hash House Harriers), the "drinking club with a running problem") will have a New Year's bash on Sunday, Jan.27 beginning at 1 pm. We run (and walk) along a course and celebrate with various drinks. It's a good way to work off some of those extra pounds added on during the holidays. First timers (called "virgins") get their choice of beverage free. We meet at the Frontier Bar at 1 pm and start from there. Since it is New Years, bring something (anything) that is new. For more info, call "Toe Jam" at 0298-21-9372 or email: smooth[at]cool.email.ne.jp

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