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Race Time: 9:00am Start.
Registration opens at 7:30am at Jeanne Jugan Residence.
Entry Fee: $25 Pre-registration through 8am Friday, Sept. 15. $30 Day of event.
Group discount for family of 3 or more: $20 each until 8am Sept. 15.
$20 or more additional donation gets your choice of a Nun Run tote bag or Nun Run sitting mat as our thanks!
Benefits: The needy Elderly at Jeanne Jugan Residence. $40,000 goal for daily needs of the residents.
Course: USATF Certified & wheel measured. Out and back course, flat and fast.
Amenities: T-shirts + wrist band guaranteed to all participants who are pre-registered by Sept. 7, 2017.
Refreshments provided. Door prizes & goodie bags!
Beer served to those at least 21 years of age. ID required (and race bib required) to be served. Pizza, fruit, chocolate milk, snacks.
DJ playing upbeat music before and after awards presentation.
Awards: Trophies to 1st place Male & Female runners in Open and Masters divisions and 1st place Male & Female walkers; plus medals to Top 3 runners in 5 year age groups, 13 under through 70+.
Parking: Unless you arrive early, park directly across street in Christiana HS lots.
Additional race information can be found at http://nunrun5k.org.
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As Little Sisters of the Poor, we care for the elderly poor in the spirit of humble service that we have recieved from Jeanne Jugan. We welcome the elderly as we would Jesus Christ himself and serve them with love and respect until death. To learn more about the Congregation of the Little Sisters of the Poor please visit www.LittleSistersofthePoor.org
Since 1903 the Little Sisters of the Poor have cared for the aged poor in Delaware. read more...
Because of the generosity of our benefactors, thousands of needy aged persons have received quality care in a loving home-like atmosphere, where they can feel themselves esteemed and respected for the contributions that they have made to society. Indeed, today a number of our Residents are persons who were once in a position to help provide for the needs of others. Now, due to changes in our economy and in their personal situations, they find themselves dependent on the kindness of others.
As we strive to provide a comfortable home for the elderly with limited resources, the Little Sisters of the Poor are truly grateful to all who partner with them in creative ways to meet the needs of the elderly. Initiatives include the Nun Run 5K and our Spaghetti Dinner event.