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We are excited to hold the 1st annual Law Dog 5k/10k and Powerlifting event sponsored by the Gardner Police Department. The event is held to raise money for the Gardner Police Department K9 Unit for training and equipment. This event is a dog-friendly event for any type of runner. All participants will receive a t-shirt; finishers will receive a K9 challenge coin; the first three finishers in each age group will receive a medal.
The K9 Unit started in December 2016 with the purchase of K9 Zeus. While originally from Slovakia, he was selected for Officer Anderson from the Hill Country Dog Center in Pipe Creek, Texas. K9 Zeus is a dual purpose K9 - trained in narcotics detection and patrol. K9 Zeus is an essential part of the Gardner Police Department. In the past four years, he has located drugs, suspects, and kept numerous officers safe.
The funds raised from this event will be put toward the building of an indoor/outdoor kennel, with multiple dog runs. The building of a structure like this will ensure that K9 Zeus has safe housing when Officer Anderson has to be out of town. If possible and available, other funds from the event will be used toward the construction of an obstacle course used for training purposes.
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Age groups: 14 and under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75 and up.
The course map will be posted once it has been approved by the city.
This event is participating in the I Run KC Challenge and the 5K counts toward the Kansas 30K Challenge and the 200K Challenge and the 10K counts towards the 100K and 200K Challenges.
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