STRIVE for 5 - Foden Road 5K

1 Mile

Event Date

Sat, Sep 10, 2016


South Portland, ME


Activity Today Later

5K Run

$25 $25 Closed

5K Walk

$25 $25 Closed

About This Activity

STRIVE for 5 - Foden Road 5K Run/Walk and Block Party

Saturday, Sept. 10th, 8:00 AM.   28 Foden Road South Portland.  Course will be partially on Texas Instruments property- and go through to Jetport Plaza Rd, returning to finish at Kaplan University, 265 Western Ave.

We will be adding a kids fun run this year! Starting at 8:00 AM, the kids will complete a short out and back course. This run will be free!

Entry Fee- $25 in advance. $30 on race day, Entry Fee includes FREE Tech-T-Shirt, Finishers Medal, and Free Block Party!! Awards will be given for all Age Group winners!

Kids 12 and under are free.

Online registration closes 9/9/16 at 12:00 PM. You can register at the location on the day of the event.

 A FREE Neighborhood Block Party will be held immediately following the race.  Kids activities, games, family events,  free continental breakfast, open to the public.

 Please stop by STRIVE (28 Foden Road) Friday the 9th between 3-9pm and Saturday the 10th  between 7-7:40am to pick up your race package or register!

Come join the Foden Road Neighborhood for this 5K run/walk on flat quiet streets and paved trails in support of the great work being done by STRIVE. Race entry fee is $25 (free for kids under 12).  We do invite you to raise additional donations with all proceeds benefiting STRIVE.  Visit to create a free, personal fundraising page!

Welcome to STRIVE

The STRIVE Program of PSL Services is designed to address the many issues faced by young adults (ages 11-24) with disabilities. Areas that we focus on include: improving fundamental academic skills, developing leadership potential, improving economic opportunities through continuing education, enhancing or upgrading work skills, integrating literary and social skills into occupational/vocational opportunities, fostering career opportunities through education and training, and promoting peer support for parents and siblings of this young population.

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