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You CAN 5k. This event is for EVERY ONE. EVERY BODY.
You won't get lost. You won't get forgotten. You'll run a clearly marked 5k loop with multiple portojohns & aid stations along the way. And if you're up for a 10k you'll be running the same loop one more time! We're going to keep you hydrated and safe along the way AND at the finish line. When you're done we'll be at the finish line with a huge smile and a high five to celebrate YOU, because YOU CAN 5k!!
What else is at the finish line? BLING! ICED TOWELS! ICE POPS!
EVERY Finisher will go home with a shiny new FINISHER MEDAL! That means you can celebrate your accomplishment over and over as you display your hard-earned BLING!
Gender-specific, short-sleeved souvenir race tees for everyone!
2024 Images will be out at a later time
We are very excited to partner with Food For Hope for this event. Food for Hope delivers food to local children in Adams County. For this race you have two ways to help out. You can donate online or bring in-kind food donations on race day for a chance to win a raffle prize! High need items are: Cereal, Goldfish crackers, and granola bars.
Either way you choose to help, your generous donations go toward the support of LOCAL Adams County children. Food for Hope programs include:
Weekend Food Bags: Every week, volunteers meet to put together a bag full of nutritious food for each child enrolled in our elementary school program. Bags include a vegetable (canned or fresh), a fruit (canned or fresh), whole grains, protein items, and 2 breakfasts/snacks. Volunteers deliver bags to participating schools on Thursday of each week, to be distributed before they leave for the weekend.
School Fuel: Students need snacks at school to maintain focus, keep their energy up, and find success in their classes. Many teachers have reported to us that they use personal finances to purchase extra snacks for their students who are not able to bring one from home. We created this program to provide school day snacks, and alleviate the financial burden from teachers who are providing this on their own.
NEW IN 2022: We are now supporting 8 In School Food Banks in Adams County!
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