The 5th Annual Hometown Hope Run is a benefit run for the Gospel Rescue Mission in Muskogee. The race starts and ends at the Gospel Rescue Mission at the corner of S 2nd St and Elgin (326 S 2nd St Muskogee, OK). There will be a 1 mile Fun Run/Walk and chip timed 5k on a USATF certified course (click here to see the map of 5k) that is almost all on the very flat Centennial Trail.
This is race is sanctioned by the United States Track and Field Assocation (USATF) and medals will be awarded to USATF Standard Age Groups (Every 5 year Age Groups) for the 5k race.
Key Dates and Details:
- 5k Cost Info: Pre-registration fee is $25 until October 1st. October 2nd to race day is $30
- Fun Run: Pre-registration fee is $20 until October 1st. October 2nd to Race day is $25
- T-shirts: Guaranteed for all who sign up before the price increase on Oct 2nd, so sign up by October 1st for a lower price and a guaranteed shirt!!! Shirts after that are first come first serve.
- Packet pick up/Late Registration: Available at the Gospel Rescue Mission (326 S 2nd St Muskogee, OK) the Friday before the race from 12:00 to 6:00 pm. Packet Pickup and Registration is also available on race day starting at 6:30 am.
Questions about this Race???
You can click the questions box below or send an email to the Hometown Hope Race Committee: Rich Schaus email@example.com
About the Gospel Rescue Mission:
The Gospel Rescue Mission, Inc. is a full service homeless shelter dedicated to meeting the needs of the poor and the homeless of Muskogee since 1931. They are a 501/c/3 non-profit corporation whose stated purpose is to maintain a benevolent and charitable program administering to the transient and hometown people in need. Surviving on donations and volunteers the Gospel Rescue Mission strives to maintain the highest possible Christian standard in all its work by providing:
• Shelter and food for Men, Women, and Families • Drug & Alcohol Recovery Support Program • Spiritual Counseling and Encouragement • Volunteer Opportunities
Jesus said; “For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.” Matthew 25:35 & 36