Join us for YouthHope’s 2018 Resolution Run 5K to start your New Year on the right foot! Commit to a healthy year with this fun event supporting low-income and at-risk kids in the Quad Cities. Enjoy a beautiful outdoor course through Moline, Illinois. Then come warm up for the indoor post-party. Bring your family and friends to celebrate a new beginning. This is more than just a race – its a fresh start!
Run or walk the course that takes you through the quaint town of Fisher with an exciting finish at our newly renovated Fisher stadium. This course is safe and exciting for all ages. Professional chip timing will be provided. Wear your favorite costume for a chance to win a prize!
3rd annual Run Drugs Out of Town presented by Project Oz/Youth Action Board
Help use promote prevention of teen alcohol and drug use. All participants will receive a t-shirt, snack and gift cards will be given to the winners in each category ,
This is a school fundraiser non timed event. Please join us for lots of fun!! Registration starts at 7:30, color spray starts at 8:00, 1 mile fun run at 9:00followed by the non timed 5k starting at 9:15
The 5K course will lead runners through Heartland Community College’s Normal campus to the Corn Crib and back, finishing at the Fitness and Recreation Center where participants will enjoy post-race snacks.
Runners will be timed by the Lake Run Club.
Race participants will enjoy a pre and post-race exhibition featuring promotions and give-a-ways from event sponsors and other community businesses and organizations.
Businesses and organizations interested in having space at the Race Expo should contact Foundation staff at 309-268-8110.
Cost is $25 if received by October 13. A $5 student and alumni discount may apply.
Register by September 22 and get a short sleeve performance shirt. Registrations received after September 22 are not guaranteed a shirt
On race day
Race day registration is $30.
Packet pick-up and day-of registration begins at 7:30 a.m. in the Fitness and Recreation Center gymnasium.
Race starts at 9:00 a.m.
Bloomington Parks, Recreation & Cultural Arts (PR&CA) in partnership with Dust2Glory Fitness and Certified Spartan SGX Coach Dustin Webb have come together to create a “Hill of a Race!”
This 3-mile obstacle run will include lifting, carrying, climbing, crawling as well as agility and balance. Participate in the competitive wave or just for fun in the recreational waves. The first wave (competitive) begins at 2pm with waves (recreational) starting every 15 minutes. Kids ages 7 – 15 must participate with a registered adult.
Join us for the ultimate outdoor fitness challenge in Bloomington on Saturday, Oct. 7 at Ewing Park 2. From the recreational enthusiast, to the competitive obstacle runner, to kids ages 7+, this event offers a fun challenge for everyone!
Start a healthy tradition and run or walk in the Turkey Trot! Kids, adults, families, individuals of all fitness levels are welcome. All proceeds go to those who cannot afford Y memberships or programs. Register as a family of 3 or more & save $5 each. Shirts include men’s and women’s cuts. Overall 5K winners, and first place 5K winners of each age division take home a Thanksgiving Pie! Top 3 1 mile winners in each age division also receive a medal. All 1 mile participants receive a ribbon.
Run for the House. A fundraiser to help young women and the child live in safety physically, spiritually, and financially. This is a 100% volunteer home. There will be a 1.5 mile walk, kids run, 5k, and 10k.
The Fleet Feet Sports Glow Run 5K is a fun event for runners and walkers of all ages with all race proceeds to benefit St. Jude. This is a unique opportunity to run on a golf course at night. Race route is one loop on rolling hills through Prairie Vista Golf Course on the golf cart path. All participants will receive a t-shirt and glow sticks and are encouraged to wear reflective gear and lights, including a head lamp or flashlight. Race starts at 8pm and a fun post-race party will follow the awards presentation. We’ll have adult refreshments for those 21 and older sponsored by Be Strong and Noodles and Co. will provide salad, pasta, bread and dessert.
The Sugar Creek Elementary Cheetah Run is one of our PTO fundraisers that support our staff and students. Proceeds from this event will provide vital resources to enhance the educational experience for our students. One major resource race funds will benefit is the school library. The library impacts all students and staff. It is in great need of updated books and newer selection. In addition, this event will continue to foster a culture in our school of healthy bodies and minds. Participate and support your school and/or community, sign up today!
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