21st Annual St. Joe's 5k Run/Walk 2014


Event Date

Sat, Oct 11, 2014


Menasha, WI

About This Activity

12 Reasons To Do The St. Joe...Wisconsin's Great Festival For Fitness 5K! 

1. A Chip Timed 5K Run!

2. A "Big Fun" 5K Walk!

3. Spectacular Scenic Course! "The 5K Course Features One of Wisconsin's Most Popular Trails...the Trestle Trail!" From Germania into charming Downtown Menasha and the near northside...Joining the Friendship Trail on Broad Street and then heading west to the spectacular Friendship Trestle Trail Segment...over panoramic Little Lake Butte Des Morts...and back!

4. USATF Certified Course!

5. Awards (Take Home Some Hardware!)...102 5k Run Medals including:

Overall Male: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place

Overall Female:1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place

Age Groups: Male and Female Top 3 in Each Age Group starting with age group 9 and under, and then going in 5 year increments starting with age group 10-14 and going up through age group 75-79, with the final age group wards being given out for the age 80 and over!

6. The Shirt...A "Very Cool" Technical Long Sleeve Tee! (You'll love this high quality feel good shirt!)

7. A Fabulous Food Feast Buffet!

8. Serving Hot & Cold Beverages!

9. Fantastic Door Prizes! A St. Joe Race Day Tradition!

10. Family Friendly...Strollers & Wagons Welcome!

11. Pet Friendly...Partner up with Your Pooch!

12. Fun Fun Fun...and who doesn't want to have some fun on the weekend!

Click here for a course map!

Event details and schedule

Early Packet Pickup Day (New This Year):

Friday, October 10th 3:00PM-6:00pm

Fleet Feet Sports - Appleton

Race Day Packet Pickup & Race Day Registration (Cash or Check Only):

Saturday, October 11th 6:45AM-8:45AM

Germania Hall 320 Chute Street, in Downtown Menasha

Runners Start Time: 8:00AM

Walkers Start Time: 9:00AM

5K Run Awards Ceremony inside Germania Hall!

Food Feast Buffet inside Germania Hall

Door Prizes Registration & Drawings inside Germania Hall

Bring canned food goods for the St. Joseph Food Pantry day of event!



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