Baker City Turkey Trot Run/Walk to Feed the Hungry - 2016in United States at Kicks on Main St
5K Run/Walk (Individual or Team) Registration
Register 1-10 participants in one transaction.
Online registration is closed for this category.
Thursday, November 24th
Kicks on Main St.
at Kicks on Main St. Nov. 23rd 4 PM - 6 PM
or Race Morning starting at 7:30 AM
Race Day Registration:
7:30 - 8:45 AM at Kicks for last minute registrations.
Same day registrants will not be given T-shirts.
**Don't forget to bring a non-perishable food item with you to the race! To replenish our food bank for the hungry...
*Note: FREE T-Shirts if Registered before 11/10/2016 by 3 pm only.
The 9th Annual Run/Walk to Feed the Hungry 5k Turkey Trot. Come out Thanksgiving morning to help feed the hungry in Baker County before sitting down to your own Thanksgiving dinners.
5K (3.1 miles) Starts at Kicks on Main St. and heads north towards Hughes Lane on quiet neighborhood streets and returns on the Leo Adler Parkway. Then finishes on Main St.
So come out and run or walk rain, snow, or shine!
|Aid Station & Post Race Food|
Water, Sorbenots Coffee, and hot chocolate will be available at the turn around point and the finish. There will also be post-race food and refreshments. Plus, if you run really fast there will be prizes.
TOP THREE OVERALL FINISHERS
Prizes will be awarded to the top three, individual, overall men and women in the 5K Run & top three in the Team category.
Plus a prize for Best Costumes will be awarded. So go fast.
Organize a group of friends, family, or coworkers and have a great time while supporting a good cause. Teams consist of a group of 5 to 10 runners or walkers. Each team needs to designate a captain and choose a team name. Matching outfits or costumes are encouraged.
Team members are only eligible to win Team Prizes, not individual Prizes.
T-shirts will be included with your entry fee for adults and youth participants that REGISTER BY 11/10/16 by 3 pm only.
|The Northeast Oregon Compassion Center|
The Compassion Center opened it's doors in November 2000. We are a Faith Based 501 (c) (3) non-profit that funds it's mission primarily through donations and grants.
We desire to serve the people in our community and the surrounding areas who have a need - physical, emotional, relational or spiritual - regardless of their race, religion, or ability to pay.
Please bring a non-perishable food item when you register or to the race start to help fill the needs of our food bank.
For event-related questions, please click on the *Contact the Organizers* button on the left-hand side of this page.