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Omega Psi Phi-Tau Lambda Lambda Chapter Perseverance 5k Run/Walk In Support Of Prostate Cancer
Sat, Sep 19, 2015
La Plata, MD
Running-5K - Individual Adult
Walking-5K - Individual Adult
Running-5K Youth (17 and Under) - Individual Youth (17 and Under)
Walking-5K Youth (17 and Under) - Individual Youth (17 and Under)
About This Activity
The 1st annual Perseverance 5K takes place on September 19, 2015 on a scenic, point-to-point course during the peak of autumn. It starts on the north end of the Indian Head Rail Trail and proceeds directly south, there are a few curves as the course follows the 1.5 mile stretch down. After you loop around, you finish the last 1.5 miles runnining into a crowd, cheering and motivating you to cross the finish line. The event also includes a post race health fair and post-race awards ceremony complete with music and refreshing snacks.
The Perseverance 5K will be one of the most popular races for the fall. There is a 200-participant limit, so register early to ensure a spot!!
Event details and schedule
5:30a-07:15a: Participant and late entry registration
7:25a-7:45a: Pre-race announcements.
8:00a: Race Start
9:30a: Race End (estimated)
9:45a: Awards/Closing Remarks.
No parking available directly at Mattingly Avenue trail head. Park across Route 210 at either the Village Green Town Park or Charlie Wright Park (adjacent to Indian Head Elementary School). Right turn off of Route 210 onto Doctor Andrews Way - bear left just before baseball field onto Doctor Mitchell Lane. After parking, follow signs/road markings to trail.
From Route 301, make right turn onto Theodore Green Boulevard. Approximately ¼ mile, trail parking is on right side of road.
Weekend (only) overflow parking is available at the Charles County Health Department parking lot (intersection of Route 301 and Theodore Green Boulevard).
Located between Waldorf and Pomfret on Bensville Road (Route 229), the park offers ample Rail Trail parking, restrooms and a paved connector trail to the IHRT near Mile Marker 9.