Loenbro Color Me WELL 5k Fun Run 2016


Event Date

Sat, Oct 1, 2016


Black Eagle, MT


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Loenbro Color Me WELL Fun Run 2016

$20 $20 Closed

About This Activity

Come join us for a the first annual Loenbro Color Me WELL Fun Run on October 1, 2016.  All proceeds from this event will go directly to the Great Falls Children's Receiving Home and the Great Falls Community Food Bank.

Race Information:


October 1, 2016
Registration 10:00am
Race Starts at 11:00am


Loenbro Corporate Headquarters
1900 32nd Avenue NE
Black Eagle, MT 59414

Please park in the fabrication shop parking lot.  The event will take place in the office parking lot.  Volunteers will be on hand to direct traffic.


To raise funds for our local charities.


Pre-event registration (before October 1)
$20 per adult (13 and older)
$10 per child (6-12 years old)

Day of the event registration (October 1)
$25 per adult (13 and older)
$15 per child (6-12 years old)

Paid registration includes a T-shirt, sunglasses, and all the chalk you can wear!

*Kids 5 and under free admittance with canned food donation.


Great Falls Children's Receiving Home
For nearly 50 years, The Great Falls Children’s Receiving Home has provided safe, temporary shelter to thousands of children who have been removed from their homes of origin due to child abuse, neglect, abandonment, parental drug use, domestic violence, and parental incarceration. Each of these children carries a heartbreaking story of his or her abuse. Our goal is not only to provide these children a safe environment, but to show them that nurturing, compassion and love are the norm and not the exception.

Great Falls Community Food Bank
The Great Falls Community Food Bank serves more than 65 different organizations both in and around Cascade County including our public schools, Meals on Wheels, and many more. Our mission is to engage, educate and lead our community in the fight against hunger. Among our most important projects are our Backpacks4Kids Program which feeds underprivileged elementary school children on weekends and holidays, and our grocery recover program, which allows us to distribute soon-to-expire foods to those in need.With more than 10,000 people in our County suffering from food insecurity, we are a vital organization that eases the burden for our most underprivileged residents–giving them a chance to look for work, pay for vital meds instead of food, and study on a full stomach. We are here to stabilize lives and make a different in Cascade County.

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