9:30 AM – 10:15 AM: check-in begins.
10:00 AM: balloon release.
10:15 AM: 1-mile walk start.
10:30 AM: 5k start.
The annual race is in memory of young Jack and Duncan Leichtenberg of LeRoy, victims of the 2009 murder-suicide by their father after he failed to return them to their mother from a visit.
Please join us on Saturday, April 27th for our 9th annual run/walk to help change lives. All proceeds from the race go to the Family Visitation Center, the only one of its kind in the McLean County area. The center provides a safe, neutral, child-friendly environment for supervised visitation and exchanges for families where there is an active order of protection in place.
Please join us for the Run for the Fallen Half Marathon Run, 5k Run/Walk, and 3k Run/Walk by honoring and supporting Gold Star Families and our Fallen Heroes. All races will be held primarily within three beautiful Winnebago County Forest Preserves; Kishwaukee, Blackhawk Springs and Espenschied. Much of the half marathon is on trails ranging from grassy double-track to twisting and technical single-track. The remainder is on paved roads and paths. The 5k Run/Walk utilizes a mix of paved and gravel. The 3K Run/Walk utilizes paved roads. Both races traverse a stretch of private property that is only open to registered racers on the day of the race. Scenic, well-marked, and with plenty of aid stations, these two events are ideal for first timers, but can also be a challenging race for experienced trail runners. Both courses will be supported and remain open for four hours, 8 AM to noon. The Gold Star Mission is a nonprofit organization that seeks to Honor and Support Gold Star Families by preserving the memory of our Fallen Heroes through service to others in need.
Flat and fun race through the streets of Oneida. Held rain or shine.
Free kids block race following 5k.
Restrooms available. Drinks and snacks served after race.
All proceeds go to support the Greig Memorial Library.
$50 gift card and medal awarded to first male and female finisher.
This is our 3rd annual Jog For Joey 5k Run/Walk. Joey Gardner was a 2016 graduate of EPGHS who passed away suddenly in 2017 from ALL (Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia). Joey had an impact on the community before his passing through his humble, kind spirit, and love for all those he encountered. All funds raised from this race support The Joey Gardner Memorial Scholarship Fund.
This 5K & 10K run goes along the beautiful Eureka Lake and through the nature trails. The 5K and 10K run starts at 7:30am and the 2 mile walk starts at 8:45am. This event benefits Heart House, a shelter for women and children who are homeless or domestic violence victims.
The ninth annual Come Together will be held June 29, 2019. This community event focuses on the fight against ovarian, breast and cervical cancer. The logo is a symbol of efforts in educating all women about these diseases and brings them under one umbrella of education, awareness, screening, and treatment. 100% of the revenue raised will stay in the Decatur community. By participating in this event, you, along with our sponsors, are helping us raise funding for not-for-profit organizations and their gynecological cancer programs.
8:30 a.m. start run/walk (7:15 a..m. events/exhibits).
Pre-registration fee: $20.00/race day fee: $25.00 (“Swag Bags” only guaranteed with pre-registration). Make checks payable to: Knoxville Firecracker 5K. Drop off registration and payment or send to: 6140Run, 218 E. Main St., Galesburg, IL 61401.
You can view pre- and post-race photos and follow race updates at www.knoxvillefirecracker5k.teampages.com
Packet pick-up at 6140RUN on Wed. July 3, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, or race day 7 – 8:10 am
Trophies to top 3 male and female finishers. Medals to 4th – 10th male and female finishers. Chip timed.
SPECIAL RECOGNITION WILL BE GIVEN TO ALL ACTIVE/RETIRED SERVICE MEMBER PARTICIPANTS.
Saturday, July 27, 2019. $30 entry fee for 5K run/walk and $15 entry fee for kids fun run payable to the VILLAGE OF WARRENSBURG (mail in advance to Tricia Campbell at 755 E. North Street, Warrensburg, IL 62573) or pay on race day.
Race begins at 8am. Packet pick-up and race day registration begins at 7:15 am at the Warrensburg-Latham High School (WLHS). Free t-shirt to all participants (while available), food and beverages provided after the event, water stop provided along the route. Route will be an out-and-back beginning and ending at WLHS.
This is a great event for all ages and all types of runners and walkers. For the competitive runner, it is a chip-timed race with prizes. For the casual runner or walker, it’s all about joining the cause and having a good time. If you don’t want to run or walk the full 5k, there is a shortcut you can take. The more participants, the more money we raise to help find a cure for ALS.
All walkers and runners will get a t-shirt, post-race fruit and water, a free drink ticket you can use at the Stag-R-Inn, and a post-race meal. Spectators and non-participants may also enjoy the meal with a freewill donation. Following the race, you can continue to hang out at the Stag-R and enjoy drinks, food, bags tournament, DJ, and more!
The course is all asphalt. The race starts at the Stag-R, winds its way out into the countryside, comes back through town, and finishes back on Main Street in front of the Stag-R-Inn. Awards will be given to the top male and female runners in several categories for each. Even if you can’t walk or run in the race, you can still participate or donate. Contact us for more information!
Awards will be given to the first place male and female finishers. Race categories for top 3 finishers in each category for male and female.