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Our race will benefit Fayette Eating, Education, & Delivery (FEED). Read more about the great work that FEED performs below.
PACKET PICKUP: Our packet pickup will be held Thursday, July 21st, from 4-7pm at Crank & Boom on Clays Mill Road. We will also hold race evening packet pickup at Wellington Park from 6:15-7:15pm.
The shirt shown is from 2021. We will select and reveal our 2022 shirt soon.
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Partial proceeds and 100% of runner/walker donations will benefit Fayette Eating Education & Delivery (FEED). FEED is working to help students in Lexington one school at a time by providing weekend food bags so these kids have food on the weekend when they aren't in school.
FEED offers weekend bags of food (distributed on Fridays) and financial resources for backpack programs to Lexington schools for children in need. Financial resources are distributed to the school's Family Resource Coordinator for the singular purpose to provide weekend backpacks for their students in need. These financial resources are provided on an application basis and help "fill in the gaps" in existing backpack programs.
FEED is currently providing the actual backpacks for a number of Fayette County schools. If a school is being serviced by FEED, these bags contain shelf stable milk, fruit, vegetable, protein, grain, and a snack. A fresh fruit or vegetable is provided when available.
One bag of food costs approximately $6, with shelf stable milk being the most expensive item. A single bag is packed with dairy, fruit/vegetable, protein, and grains. All items are shelf stable. Their goal is to provide fresh fruit, such as apples or oranges, when possible.
The course is 98% on paved park trail surfaces. There is about 2% (75 yards total) run on mowed grass surface. The start and finish are at the same location. There are two hydration stations along the route serving water in small cups. There are only 82 feet of elevation change on the route (Fairly flat course).
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