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Everyone knows someone...help us prevent the next one!
The Red Ribbon 5K and Family Fun Walk is dedicated to supporting drug prevention and recovery support programs throughout Union County. Everyone knows someone affected by drug abuse.
Join us on Saturday, October 20, 2012 at Oak Ridge Park in Clark for the Red Ribbon 5K Run and Family Fun Walk!
The course is USATF Certified and features flat areas and rolling hills, all on paved park trails and local roads.
Everyone knows someone who has been impacted by drug addiction.
It may be you or a loved one was impacted by drunk driving or maybe you have a friend or family member struggling with a drug addiction. No matter what your connection, together we can make a difference.
All 5K racers will receive a postcard with overall and complete results.
Please visit http://www.firstgiving.com/preventionlinks/redribbon to start a fundraising team for this event and learn more about our efforts!
8:00 AM - 9:15 AM - Registration at Oak Ridge Park
9:30 AM - Red Ribbon 5K Run Start
10:00 AM - Family Fun Walk Start
10:45 AM - Red Ribbon 5K Awards
11:30 AM - Family Fun Walk Awards and Red Ribbon Formal Ceremony
USATF certified, flat and rolling, on paved park trails and local roads.
Prizes awarded to the top three overall males and females. Awards to top male and female in each age group for 5K and Family Fun Walk.
19 and Under; 20-29 Years Old; 30-39 Years Old
40-49 Years Old; 50-59 Years Old; 60 and Over
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