Glow It Up for Kids & Cops!! Join us for the 6th Annual Kids & Cops Glow Run 5K in beautiful Edenton, NC! The race is organized by Chowan County 4-H & the Chowan County Sheriff's Office. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Chowan County Kids & Cops Program.
COURSE The 5K route is an out and back, flat road course starting at Queen Anne Park and running through Historic Hayes Plantation.
AWARDS Top three overall male and female finishers and top three male and female finishers in each of the following age categories: 10 and under, 11-15, 16-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60 and over.
PACKET PICK-UP Packets may be picked up race day at the registration table beginning at 6:30 pm.
RESULTS Electronic chip timing services will be provided by Run the East, LLC.
DIRECTIONS Queen Anne Park is located at 214 E. Water Street, Edenton, NC 27932. Specific directions to the park are available at www.mapquest.com.
HOSPITALITY Drinks and refreshments will be available after the race at the hospitality tent for race participants only.
REGISTRATION & ENTRY FEES Online at runtheeast.com up to midnight Wednesday, May 9 or walkup the night of the race. Race fees are listed below:
All prices will increase on April 21!!
I JUST WANNA RUN: $15 (pre-registration) / $20 after April 20
*does not include t-shirt or glow swag*
I WANT MY T-SHIRT: $20 (pre-registration) / $25 after April 20
*Pre-registrants: guaranteed t-shirt and glow swag
*After April 20, limited t-shirt availability
I’M JUST A KID: $15 (pre-registration) / $20 after April 20
* Ages 16 & under only; pre-registrants will be guaranteed a shirt, with limited availability after April 20
This fee will include entry into the race and post-race snacks/beverages. Race t-shirt and goodie bag will be dependent on option selected above.
The Kids & Cops Program was formed in 2012 as a collaborative effort between Chowan County 4-H, the Chowan County Sheriff's Office, and local law enforcement agencies. The mission is to build positive relationships between youth and law enforcement officers. By spending quality time with the youth, officers hope to make themselves more approachable and reduce juvenile crime.