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in support of people with disabilities.
Saturday, February 13, 2021
8:00 AM Check-In | 9:00 AM Start Rain or Shine
St. Paul's Lutheran Church
All participants get a Cupid's Chase Short Sleeve T-Shirt, Finisher Medal and Keepsake Bib!
COVID-19 Safety Precautions & Safety Standards
All event attendees must ALWAYS wear masks except for when running in the event. Cupid’s Chase staff and volunteers will wear masks for duration of event as well as self-check their temperature while recording results.
Event attendees must have temperature checked by Cupid’s Chase staff member upon arrival at event
IF temperature is recorded at 100 degrees or more, participant must leave event.
Children 3 and under do not need to have temperature taken.
Participants will adhere to social distancing guidelines of remaining 6 feet apart while waiting for event to start
Runners will start the race in waves to avoid congestion on course. Failure to adhere to these guidelines may result in dismissal from event at the discretion of Cupid’s Chase staff/volunteers
No food, snacks or drinks
Instead send runners on their way with power bars, energy drinks etc…
Participant will still receive shirt, finisher medal and bag.
Awards Ceremonies will not take place in person. Instead results will be posted online, and your race day materials will be available for pick up the week prior and after the race’s completion.
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