Cookie Daze 5K

Saturday, June 16, 2018 in Newton, KS at Athletic Park


  • 5K Competitive Run

    » $20.00 ages 13 and older (through 5/19 at 11:59 PM US/Central)
    » $25.00 ages 13 and older (5/19 at 11:59 PM US/Central through 6/15 at 11:59 PM US/Central)
    » $15.00 ages 12 and under (through 5/19 at 11:59 PM US/Central)
    » $20.00 ages 12 and under (5/19 at 11:59 PM US/Central through 6/15 at 11:59 PM US/Central)
    5K Run Registration


  • Fun Run

    » $20.00 ages 13 and older (through 5/19 at 11:59 PM US/Central)
    » $25.00 ages 13 and older (5/19 at 11:59 PM US/Central through 6/15 at 11:59 PM US/Central)
    » $15.00 ages 12 and under (through 5/19 at 11:59 PM US/Central)
    » $20.00 ages 12 and under (5/19 at 11:59 PM US/Central through 6/15 at 11:59 PM US/Central)
    Fun Run Registration


  • Virtual Run
    includes tshirt/medal

    » $30.00 registration (through 6/15 at 11:59 PM US/Central)
    Virtual Runner Registration



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Race Information

The race will consist of a fun cookie run and a competitive run. The fun run participants will eat one cookie at EACH water station before continuing the race. This is a great event for the whole family!

DATE: June 16, 2018
TIME: Race starts at 7am
Registration and Packet Pick-up begins are 6:30am
RACE DAY REGISTRATION: $30
LOCATION: Athletic Park Newton, KS
AWARDS: Top three overall male & female in the competitive run.
Top male and female in the Cookie Run.

Top three males and female in each age group:
13 & Under,
14-19,
20-29,
30-39,
40-49,
50-59,
60-69,
70& Over

One Run, TWO Causes!

The Harvey County Safe House provides support and services for victims and the families of domestic violence and sexual assault at no charge. Services include: Safe House shelter, family outreach services, direct aid, children and adult services, protection from abuse and stalking orders, hospital advocacy, on-going support groups, 24-crisis hotline. The Safe House is a "safe haven" for both shelter survivors and rural outreach families. The shelter and outreach continue to grow as awareness of services increase; individuals serviced average more than 90 victims and 115 children per month.

Caring Hands Humane Society
Our Mission, through the promotion of education in basic humane animal care, is to relieve animal suffering and to prevent cruelty to animals. At Caring Hands Humane Society we believe all animals deserve to be treated with dignity and respect during all stages of life. We always strive to provide the best possible care to the animals entrusted to us and to educate others about the benefits of strengthening the bond between humans and companion animals.

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