Mo-Town 5K Run/Walk & Kid's 1K

5K, 1K

Event Date

Sat, Nov 25, 2017

Address

Morrilton, AR

Pricing

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Mo-Town 5K RUN

$25 $25 Register

Mo-Town 5K WALK

$25 $25 Register

Mo-Town Kid's 1K

$10 $10 Register

About This Activity

CHI St. Vincent Morrilton Service Excellence Employee Council (SEEC) will host their 3rd annual Mo-Town 5K Run/Walk and Kid's 1K race on Saturday, November 25th, 2017.  The 5K race will begin at 10am and kid's 1K race will follow shortly after the 5k, at approx. 11am. 

Chip Timing by Hudson Race Timing!

Overall Awards (male and female) for Walkers and Runners. Age Group Awards for Runners will be 3 deep  *Please note: If you plan to run any amount in the 5k (even one step), you must register as a "runner".

Age groups for runners (male & female): 0-9, 10-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+.

All children who finish the 1K race will receive a unique finisher medal!

Same Day Registration available from 9:00am until 9:45am the morning of the race.

Packet Pick-Up also starts at 9am the morning of the race and will be near the starting line area.  There is no early Packet Pick-Up for this event.

5k Cost: $25 if registered by November 24th at 12pm (noon). Online registration closes at 12pm (noon) on November 24th. Same Day Registration will be $30.

Kids 1K Cost: $10 and includes a race shirt and finisher medal!!!

Employees of CHI St. Vincent are eligible for an employee discount! Please contact Nicole Baker at GNBaker@stvincenthealth.com for more information on how to receive discount!

***T-shirts are ONLY guaranteed if you are pre-registered by the November 13th deadline. After that date, t-shirts are subject to availability.

Live DJ, Chili, Refreshment and Water/Gatorade!

Course description will be available soon!

Contact Nicole Baker with any further questions at 479-970-7243 or GNBaker@stvincenthealth.com

More information about CHI St. Vincent Morrilton SEEC:

This race benefits CHI St. Vincent Morrilton's SEEC. The Mission of the CHI St. Vincent Employee Council is to empower employees: to promote excellent patient care, to promote teamwork, to effect positive change in the St. Vincent Health System culture and community, and to promote a caring and nurturing environment for carrying out the health ministry of Jesus Christ. SEEC provides monetary or other assistance to employees for emergencies including personal loss due to natural disaster, medical emergencies, death or extreme unforeseen circumstances.

SEEC also participates/contributes to numerous community events, including the Arkansas Food Bank Cereal Drive, local school supply drives, Thanksgiving/Christmas food baskets for those in need, Angel tree program (providing Christmas gifts to student in local schools who may be less fortunate), Santa's Workshop event, and other community events throughout the year. By attending the Mo-Town 5k, you are helping us make a difference in our community!

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