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ECTC Earth Day 5K Run/Walk
Sat, Apr 23, 2016
About This Activity
2ND ANNUAL ECTC EARTH DAY 5K RUN/WALK
SATURDAY, APRIL 23rd, 2016 @ 9AM
The second annual ECTC Earth Day 5k Run/Walk event will take place on Saturday, April 23rd, 2016 with registration starting at 8am and the race starting at 9am.The race will take place on the main campus of Elizabethtown Community and Technical College (600 College Street Rd., Elizabethtown, KY 42701).
Race packets will be available for pick up on Friday, April 22nd from 12PM - 6PM at Running Soles (2410 Ring Rd, Ste 100, Elizabethtown, KY 42701) and Saturday, April 23rd from 8AM - 9AM at the registrationtable.
* Be sure to register for the race by March 23rd to guarantee a t-shirt! *
In honor of Earth Day, we will be collecting the following items at the Race:
Neil Huffman Subaru has graciously donated a brand new bike to the ECTC Earth Day 5k Run/Walk. Want to win the bike? Be sure to buy your Bike Raffle tickets! Tickets are $1 each or 15 for $10. Every ticket you buy increases your chance at winning and increases the amount of money we can donate!
REGISTRATION PRICES: $25 - Before 3/23/16 (T-shirt guaranteed) $30 - 3/24/16 - 4/22/16 $35 - Day of Race
In the event of inclement weather, there will be no refunds.
Strollers are welcome on the course.
While we love our furry friends, only service animals will be allowed at the event.
To Participate in the race, you must have signed the race waiver.
The 2016 ECTC Earth Day 5k is partnering with The Center for Courageous Kids.
The Center for Courageous Kids is a not for profit Medical Camping Facility founded by the late Ms. Betty Turner Campbell in October of 2004 and opened for the first family weekend in February of 2008. Ms. Betty lost a beloved son following a 17 year battle with cancer. It was then she was inspired to create a place where children living with life threatening illnesses and their families could come free of charge and have fun, find respite, feel normal and forget about their every day struggles. Since inception, over 20,000 medically fragile campers and their families have visited The Center for Courageous Kids from 43 different states and eight foreign countries. Her dream of building a medical camp on her Father's 168 acre farm, in her hometown of Scottsville, KY, came true and continues to change the lives of thousands of children every year.
Operating year-round, CCK offers two distinct programs: weekend retreats for ill children and families and summer camping sessions designed especially for courageous kids. It is a fabulous opportunity for children who are battling an illness or handicap to come out of the shadows of their everyday lives and step into the spotlight with other children coping with the same challenges. There are no limits at The Center for Courageous Kids. CCK has a "You can do it" attitude. Children who attend CCK leave with memories of their first horse back ride, favorite campfire song, catching the BIG fish or taking left stage and starring in their own show.