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The 14th Annual Pink Ribbon Run is presented by Oakridge Realtors and GreenState Credit Union.
Cancer doesn't stop for COVID-19 and neither does the need in our community.
Due to COVID-19 many fundraisers are being canceled. Every dollar counts to people facing a cancer diagnosis. Your help is appreciated!
You have the option to participate virtually as an individual or with a team, or you can skip the walk and just raise funds. Either way, we appreciate you!
Thanks to our Survivor Sponsor, Community Auto Group, all breast cancer survivors still receive FREE registration.
Because we are virtual:
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
This year's race course looks a little different as it was planned to have separate start and finish lines and stay predominantly on trails per recommendations due to COVID. The start is on the trail by the Community Main Street building and you will end in Gateway Park (approximately .5 mile from the CMS office). From CMS you will head into Washington Park, doing a partial loop on the trail and park road before joining the trail again going by CFU. The trail then leads you to Pheiffer Park, across Kriegs Crossing heading north along the Cedar River taking you to the finish in Gateway Park.
This route is an out and back route. Starting near the shelter at Gateway, head north on the trail taking you into Big Woods. When you enter Big Woods, head east on the trail until you find a Pink Ribbon Run sign. This will be your turn around point.
If you are looking for a loop to run, head to Praire Lakes. You will make two laps around the larger lake and one lap around the smaller lake taking you to a finish of just over 3 miles.