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Join us for the inaugural SOUPer Bowl Sunday FORE! Miler on Sunday, February 5, 2017 at 2pm at Moss Hill Golf Club (3495 McCowans Ferry Rd,Versailles, KY 40383).
This fun/festive 4 miler supports God's Pantry Food Bank (www.GodsPantry.org) and the great work done by their ministry.
Scenic, golf course run on paved pathways, running gloves for all participants and awesome indoor postrace party with homemade chili, soup, beverages and live music (3-6pm) by Trippin Roots in Watkins Tavern inside the Moss Hill Clubhouse. Overall and Age Group Awards. Runners & Walkers of all ages and abilities welcomed!
All participants receive a pair of winter running gloves.
CANNED FOOD DRIVE We will be collecting canned/non-perishable food items to donate to God's Pantry at the race. Thanks in advance for those who can donate.
BEST FINISH LINE PHOTO CONTEST Once again we will be giving away a free future race registration for the "Best Finish Line Photo" (Thanks Picture Lady Photography!).
DRESS IN YOUR FAVORITE TEAM'S COLORS for a chance to win a free RaceRise race registration!
Proposed 4 Mile Route: Click Here
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
Our race charity beneficiary is God's Pantry Food Bank (www.GodsPantry.org). Partial race proceeds and 100% of runner/walker donations will go to God's Pantry to help them fulfill their mission.
In 1955, a concerned citizen named Mim Hunt began distributing food out of the basement of her home to those in need of assistance. Through the years, this small effort grew into the large-scale hunger relief organization that God’s Pantry Food Bank is today.
God’s Pantry Food Bank is a member of Feeding America. The mission of Feeding America is to create a hunger-free America. Our network includes more than 200 food banks and food-rescue organizations serving every county in the U.S. We distribute food and grocery products, increase public awareness of domestic hunger, and advocate for policies that benefit Feeding America.
In Kentucky, God’s Pantry Food Bank is a member of the Kentucky Association of Food Banks. The seven Feeding America Food Banks working in Kentucky join together to maximize the effectiveness serving the state. The other members of KAFB are the Tri-State Food Bank, Evansville, IN; Feeding America of Kentucky’s Heartland Food Bank, Elizabethtown, KY; FreeStore Food Bank, Cincinnati, OH; Dare to Care Food Bank, Louisville, KY; Huntington Area Food Bank, Huntington, WV and Purchase Area Development District, Mayfield, KY.
The mission of God’s Pantry Food Bank is to reduce hunger in Kentucky through community cooperation making the best possible use of all available resources