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Alaska Kids On The Run


Sun May 19, 2019
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Location: Palmer, AK US 99645 Directions
Type: Run or Run/Walk
Race Website

Additional race information can be found at http://www.matsuschoolsfoundation.org/scholarship-DrBrown.html.

Events
Event Time Price Details
Alaska Kids On The Run-Ages 0-5 (1/4 mile)
Time
1:00PM AKDT - 1:30PM AKDT
Price
$0
Registration Opens December 31, 2018 at 12:00am AKST
Alaska Kids On The Run-Ages 6-10 (1/2 mile)
Time
1:30PM AKDT - 2:00PM AKDT
Price
$10
Registration Opens December 31, 2018 at 12:00am AKST
Alaska Kids On The Run-Ages 11-13 (1 mile)
Time
2:00PM AKDT - 2:30PM AKDT
Price
$20
Registration Opens December 31, 2018 at 12:00am AKST
Alaska Kids On The Run-Ages 14 - Adult (5K)
Time
2:30PM AKDT - 3:00PM AKDT
Price
$30
Registration Opens December 31, 2018 at 12:00am AKST
Alaska Kids On The Run-Family (distance varies by participant age)
Time
1:00PM AKDT - 3:00PM AKDT
Price
$35
Registration Opens December 31, 2018 at 12:00am AKST
Place
Janecek Trails at Palmer High School
1170 E Palmer Moose Dr, Palmer, AK 99645
Palmer, AK US 99645
Description

The Alaska Kids on the Run Fun Run for Kids of All Ages is a fund raiser for the Dr. George W. Brown Memorial scholarship to provide funds for graduates of Mat-Su high schools who plan careers in early childhood education. This run will include 1/4 mile, 1/2 mile, 1-mile, and 5K distances.  Children and families are encouraged to participate. 

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Dr. George W. Brown Memorial Scholarship

The Alaska Kids on the Run Fun Run for Kids of All Ages is a fund raiser for the Dr. George W. Brown Memorial scholarship to provide funds for graduates of Mat-Su high schools who plan careers in early childhood education. Dr. Brown worked with the Mat-Su schools for many years, starting in 1970 when he served as the Medical Director of the Alaska Child Study Center.  In this capacity he consulted to the District regarding services for students with disabilities.  After moving to Palmer in 1978, Dr. Brown served as the Mat-Su District's first consulting pediatrician.  His efforts resulted in the establishment of mandatory Kindergarten and extended day Kindergarten for children at risk.  He also worked closely with Mat-Su school nurses to coordinate care for children who otherwise had limited access to medical services.  Dr. Brown provided free physicals for students who participated in Special Olympics.  Dr. Brown was an avid runner and completed over 70 marathons.

Trail Map

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PDF

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