Kids Running for Kids

1 Mile

Event Date

Sat, Feb 4, 2017


Spring, TX


Activity Today Later

Kids 1 Mile

$10 $10 Closed

Companion Runner

$15 $15 Closed

About This Activity

Race Information - 2017
February 4th at 7:30am Town Green Park
2099 Lake Robbins Dr.
The Woodlands, Tx 77380

Who: Students grades K-8
What: A one-mile race
When: Saturday, February 4th, 2017 One-mile race starts at 7:30 am
Where: Town Green Park 2099 Lake Robbins Dr.  The Woodlands, TX 77380
Contact Phone: (832) 521-8KRK

*All proceeds go to the Conroe Independent School District’s Read for a Better Life. *Participants are encouraged to bring a book donation on race day.
Runner Benefits
Official race tech t-shirt
Participant bib with a timing chip to view results
Commemorative finisher’s medal

All finishing times will be online. Therefore, each student will have a goal to set a personal record for the following year!
Swag Bag
Pick-Up - Thursday and Friday 2/2 and 2/3 From 12- 7pm
LuLuLemon Market Street #820 9595 Six Pines Drive
What is in the Swag Bag?
Official race tech t-shirt - Sizes not guarnateed after January 20th 2017
Race bib with time chip
Sponsor and vendor information


Kids Running for Kids encourages our kids to adopt active lifestyles through both physical health and community involvement.
Kids Running for Kids is looking to establish a partnership between educators, local businesses, parents, and children that promotes an ongoing love for personal enrichment and physical health. It is our goal to become a source of inspiration across communities and to equip our youth with a strong foundation for learning and being healthy.
About Us:
Kids Running for Kids is a community-wide initiative that promotes education, physical fitness and community outreach in our youth. K - 8th graders will make a difference by running a race by which all proceeds will go to support CISD’s initiative, Read for a Better Life. Families and our community will impact future generations as we invest in our kids’ fitness, encourage a lifelong commitment to learning, and create a strong foundation for social responsibility.

Read for a Better Life is a call to action for parents, guardians, and volunteers to cultivate a culture of reading and learning among students of all ages. The goal is to read aloud to students for at least 30 minutes a day. For more information visit

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