Hang Tough, Don't Puff


Event Date

Sat, Mar 21, 2015


Stephenville, TX

About This Activity

Unite with us and take a stand against tobacco!!
The Hang Tuff, Don’t Puff 5K is a benefit run/walk to celebrate National Kick Butts Day and raise funds to support STAR Council on Substance Abuse. Since 1981, STAR (Solutions Toward Addiction Recovery) Council has been quietly providing needed services to those families suffering from substance abuse challenges. We are a 501c3 charitable organization whose motto is “Making a difference, one family at a time.” Our team of dedicated professional educators and counselors is passionate about providing prevention and treatment services to Erath, Hood, Johnson, Palo Pinto, Parker, Somervell, and Wise county residents.
Primarily funded by contracts from the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and matching funds from the United Ways of the supported counties, each year STAR Council provides Life Skills Training to thousands of students in over 30 schools. These nationally recognized programs increase the youth’s resilience to the use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs.
This year our Adult Treatment Programs will help many community members understand, find and keep sobriety.
Location: Stephenville City Park – Large Pavilion (parking available at this location)
378 W. Long, Stephenville TX 76401


Pre-Registration/Day of Pricing:
10 & Under – $12/$15
11-18 - $15/$20
TSU Students - $20/$25 (online registration not available, register at STAR Council office)
19 & Over - $25/$30

Teams with 8+ receive a discount – MUST pre-register, team name on all forms (online registration not available, register at STAR Council office)

Pre-registered runners guaranteed official race T-shirt & goodie bag if registered by March 5, 2014

Race Day Information:

8:00 AM Registration/Check-In
9:00 AM Race Begins-City Park

Participants may use the Long Street or Graham Street entrance to the Stephenville City Park. Parking is available near the baseball fields and the recreation left

Awards immediately following: Top 3 Male/Female in each age division 10& Under, 11-14, 15-18, TSU Students, 19-25, 26-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+

About the Trail:
The Bosque River Trail is a concrete walking and biking trail running along the north bank of the Bosque River in Stephenville. The trail measures 8,000 feet long, about 1.5 miles, and are both open and wooded at various points. River views are available along the route.

To complete the required 3.1 miles, participants will run/walk from the Stephenville City Park to the end of the trail behind the Graham Street Church of Christ Family Center, then run/walk back to the Stephenville City Park.

Refreshments will be provided in the Large Pavilion following the race.

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