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When: Saturday, February 2, 2019 10 a.m. Rain or Shine. FREE Healthy Kids Run (10 & under) starts at 9:55 a.m.
Where: Wild Quail Country Club, 1 Clubhouse Dr. Wyoming, DE. Event starts and finishes at the club house Run/Walk through the beautiful residential and golf areas of Wild Quail Golf & Country Club.
Registration: $25 until Jan 6; $30 after and on event day. Registration starts at 9 a.m. FREE registration with $50 in donations. Make checks payable to Delaware Farm Bureau Foundation and mail to TriSports, 2772 Hazlettville Rd, Dover, DE. 19904
Questions? Contact Ray at 302-674-3213/Ray@TriSportsEvents.Com or Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org/ 302-697-3183. Register at TriSportsEvents.Com. Registration will be held in the club house.
Silent Hero: Can't make it to this event but would like to show your support? Register as a Silent Hero!
Awards: Awards to overall male/female and master winners, top 3 male/female runners in categories 10 and under through 70 & over in 10-year age groups and top 5 male/female walk finishers. Ribbons to all Kiddie K finishers. Special best dressed pajama awards to teams of 3 or more, male, female and child. The awards ceremony will be in club house.
Amenities: Quality "Pajama Rama 5K" TECH shirts to all registered participants. Post-race festivities include hot chocolate, mimosas and treats. Complete results and photos will be posted at TriSportsEvents.Com.
Benefits: Delaware Farm Bureau Foundation aims to build awareness, understanding & positive public perception about
Delaware’s farm operations and fresh local food; grant scholarships and feed the hungry.
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