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Sponsored by the DeWitt Cheer Program. The Panther Spirit Race is a family event that takes place in the morning before the DeWitt Ox Roast Parade. Registration includes children's events and safe activities and supervision during the 5K for parent's who want to run together. Fun and picturesque course with entertainment and surprises along the way. (See F.A.Q. for more information).
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
Who can I contact for more information?
Call 517-669-1150, or email email@example.com, or check the Facebook Panther Spirit Race page
Will there be prizes for the kid's events?
Every participant will get a prize. There will also be awards for winning runners.
Can I register the same day as the race?
Race day registration will end at 7:45AM. Pre-race registration is recommended. Shirt not guaranteed on race day.
St. Jude, 801 N. Bridge St. Friday 8/17, 4-6pm or Race day 6:45-7:45am.
Where do the funds go?
Panther Spirit Race is the the primary fundraiser for the DeWitt Cheer Program. We think it's a healthier and more fun option than selling pizza's, candy, or coupon books.
What about age groups and prizes?
Age groups start at under 11, 11-14, 15-19, and so on to 65-69, and 70+. Panther Spirit medals will be awarded to the top three in each category. Awards also for overall male & female, and male & female Masters.
Will there be any activities during the 5K for those not running the race?
Age-appropriate activities and supervision will be provided for kids by the DeWitt Cheerleaders. There will also be music and a Master of Ceremonies.
Will there be enough time to get to the Parade?
The Panther Spirit Race is organized so parade participants and spectators can arrive at the parade in plenty of time. Note: DeWitt Cheerleaders themselves walk in the parade.