Red Mountain Park
7745 E Brown Rd
10K Run, 9:00 AM
2 Mile Fun Run/Walk, 8:15 AM
1 Mile Fun Run/Walk, 8:00 AM
Race Day Registration/Pick Up, 7:00 AM
New for 16' - The Second Helping
Pay an additional $5 on top of your 10K registration and be timed in the 2 mile event also.
Flat and fast, clocks each mile, aid start/finish, 2 & 4 miles.
10K Run-11 & under, 12-15, 16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-69, 70+
3 deep in 5 year age groups, male and female (10K only). Each age group winner will receive a Pie. Overall male and female awards will be determined by gun time while age group awards will be determined by your ChronoTrack time. Ribbons to all participants in the 2 Mile & 1 Mile (non-competitive)
One of Arizona's oldest running events, Thanksgiving wouldn't be the same without it!
Race Timing by Raceplace Events
This event is being timed by Raceplace Event Systems using the ChronoTrack system timing technology.
Strollers are allowed in all events
Pre-Race Packet Pick-up & Registration
Tuesday November 22nd, 8am-5pm - Orange Theory Fitnes (2836 N power Rd, Suite 102, Mesa 85215)
Wednesday, Nov. 23 at Fire Station 201 Community Room, 360 E. 1st St, Mesa(Just West of Mesa Dr), 9:15am-8pm.
Race Day Pick Up and Registration
Red Mountain Park Starting at 7:00am
Proceeds from the Race Benefit
Our two biggest charities are Care Partnership, a 501(c) 3, which is a wellness and community center built by The Sertoma Club members and the community. Care has a full time pediatric physician, dental care run by ASU students and dentists donating time, tutoring and mentoring students, family planning and food assistance, and a general community center spearheaded by its founder Bev Tittle-Baker. All the above as community service. In addition, we fund the Sequia School of hearing impaired students to enhance educating deaf children. We also support annual Constitution activities in our schools and community.
You must wear your "B-Tag" correctly in order to be timed. It must be clearly visible on the front of the torso. Please review these instructions.
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