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Join us for the 3rd Annual - Run for the Youth 5K to benefit the Sheriff's Youth Activity League (Lee County, FL). We'll be running through the beautiful Lakes Park, conveniently located in the center of Lee County.
The Mission of SYAL is to unite the experience of Community Leaders with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office to provide safe and enriching programs for the youth in Lee County. SYAL’s vision is to connect the Lee County Sheriff’s Office in a series of supplemental programs to mentor and support local youth. The services provided by SYAL are more than just fun and games. These programs are organized, structured, and adult-supervised or coached. This provides excellent opportunities for adolescents to develop and grow to become civic-minded, productive adults and community leaders.
Race Start: 8:00am
Packet Pick-up & Registration: 7:00am (QR codes will be provide for Race Day registration. You must bring a phone to register.)
The first 250 registered participants will receive a race logo t-shirt.
This event will be timed with the Bib Tag Technology. Your Timing Strip is attached to your race bib/number. Do not remove this tag, fold or wrinkle your race number. Do not cover your race number (Tag) with a jacket and Simply pin all four corners to the front of your bib/number below your waist in the front of your body.
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.
7330 Gladiolus Dr, Fort Myers, FL 33908
Lakes Regional Park is a 279-acre public park located along Gladiolus Drive just south of Fort Myers, Florida. It opened on April 21, 1984, and is operated by the Lee County Department of Parks and Recreation. The park was named after its main feature: 158 acres of man-made freshwater lakes.