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No One Fights Alone 5K

Sat October 7 2017
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Location: Paola, KS US 66071 Directions
Type: Run or Run/Walk, Virtual Race

As we are quickly approaching go time....we will be turning in orders for T-Shirts for those that have signed up on or before Friday, September 29th by noon.  Anyone signing up after that date will have a specific pick up date for their shirts as we will order another round after the event on October 7th.  We are really excited about our turn out and look forward to seeing everyone on the 7th!!

Event Time Price Details
8:00AM CDT
Price increases October 5, 2017 at 11:59pm CDT
Virtual 5K
Registration ends October 7, 2017 at 5:00pm CDT
16381 W 343rd Street
Paola, KS US 66071

This new event is hosted by Night Hawk Winery in Paola and raises money for the Miami County Cancer Foundation. Start and finish among the grapevines at this beautiful winery and enjoy a country road course through area farmlands just west of US 69 on 343rd St.  

Come for the run/walk and stay after and enjoy the walnut grove and butterfly garden at the winery. Participants receive a race shirt, custom wine glass and complimentary snacks and compete for age group and overall awards. Make a day of it and take part in the winery's wine tasting and farm to table lunch from Farm Fusion!


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Packet Pickup

You can pick up your packet on Friday, October 6, from 4:30-7:00pm at the offices of the Miami County Cancer Foundation (907 N Pearl St. in Paola) or on race morning, beginning an hour before the race.  It is okay to pick up the packet for a friend or family member, but make sure you let them know you are doing so to avoid confusion at packet pickup!