We've been following Girls on the Run of Winchester as they're getting ready for their fourth season this spring.
Last month, they had to push back their season due to lack of enrollment. Now, they might have to cancel the program at some schools. If they don't have more girls sign up at certain locations by Friday, they might have to cancel or combine schools.
The international requirement is at least eight girls per team. Each school counts as a different team.
These are the schools that need a few more girls to sign up:
The Snowden Bridge team only has four girls signed up. It's also their newest team and the only Frederick County location.
Leaders say Snowden Bridge has the latest start time so it's great for parents who want to walk on the trail or shop at Rutherford Crossing while their daughter is at Girls on the Run.
Some girls are also encouraging their friends to sign up.
"The way it helped me I think it could help a lot of other people. Like if you don't know what to do and if somebody's trying to do something bad to you, if you do this, you'll know what to do," said Virginia Avenue Charlotte DeHart Elementary 4th grader, Hannah Church. "When it first started I was really excited about it and I was scared that I wouldn't be able to get it because everybody would want to do it."
"People told me how fun it was and I decided to get involved," said Virginia Avenue Charlotte DeHart Elementary 3rd grader, Kennedy Spaid.
The program is twice a week for 12-weeks. The girls get a healthy snack after school and then learn about self-esteem, confidence and healthy living. They'll end their season with the accomplishment of finishing a 5K run in May.
To enroll a girl who is in 3rd through 8th grade, click here.
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