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DUE TO LOW REGISTRATION NUMBERS, WE UNFORTUNATELY HAVE TO CANCEL THE RACE. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE. BUT JUST BECAUSE THE RACE IS NOT HAPPENING DOESN'T MEAN THAT YOU CANNOT BE IN PRAYER FOR OUR COMMUNITY AND SHARE EACH OTHERS' BURDENS.
The Galatians 6:2 5K was developed by Mt. Airy Baptist Church and is based on the Bible verse, Galatians 6:2 - "Carry each other's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ." Participants are invited to wear a backpack with written prayer requests of others or a symbol of the prayers of others reminding us of the importance of praying, comforting, and sharing the cares of those around us.
We will be collecting non-perishable food items and toiletry donations on day of event and encourage all participants to bring an item.
Although we encourage runners to register ahead of time, registration will be available on-site on day of event.
On-site Registration (day of event): 7:15am-7:45am
Race Time: 8 am
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Runners will be running the path around Watkins Park, following Main Street briefly, returning to Watkins Park via the beautiful Rails to Trails path. There will be sidewalk/street markings as well as volunteers throughout the course to direct runners.
Registration is available on this forum as well as on-site on the day of the event. Registration on-site begins at 7:15am and ends 7:45am with race start time of 8am.
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