All Proceeds Donated to Huntington's Disease Society of America 

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2016

WHERE & WHEN

The 5k Run/Walk starts at 9:00 AM at Millbrook High School in Winchester, Va.  Race day registration will be from 7:30AM – 8:45AM.  251 First Woods Drive, Winchester, VA  22603

COURSES

The 5K Run/Walk is a measured 5K (3.1 mile) route on paved surfaces and roads around the Millbrook High School grounds and neighboring subdivisions.  The Kids Fun Run will be one lap around the school track and will begin when all 5K participants have finished.

AWARDS

For the top three men & women overall, top Masters (40 & over) man & woman, and the top three in the following age groups: 14 & under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 & over.  All children participating in the Fun Run will receive a medal.  There will be no duplication of awards.  First overall male & female  finishers will win a free pair of shoes from Runners’ Retreat.   T-shirts guaranteed to all pre-registrants (Before Noon on October 18, 2013) and “As Available” for those registering after pre-registration!  T-shirts are available only for those participating in the 5K Run/Walk.

NEW IN 2015!  PRIZE MONEY FOR TOP 3 OVERALL MALE AND FEMALE FINSHERS!

1st Overall Male & Female – $150

2nd Overall Male & Female – $75

3rd Overall Male & Female – $25

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

The 5K Run/Walk fee is $18.00 for members of the SVR and $20.00 for non-members.   The 5k Run/Walk will be $15.00 for children under 14 years of age.  The Kids Fun Run will be $5.00.  You can download a printable registration form or register online at our website.  Paypal is available for online registrants.

RACE POLICIES
No pets, headphones, strollers or roller blades will be permitted in the 5K Run or Kids Fun Run.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact race director Bryan Inglish at (540)-533-0152 or Vern Heavner at (540)-327-4331.  Questions can be emailed to www.care2curehd5k@hotmail.com or visit the race’s web site www.care2curehd5k.com  All proceeds from the race will be donated to the Huntington’s Disease Society of America.   To learn more about the society visit www.hdsa.org