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DID YOU MISS ONLINE REGISTRATION? DON'T WORRY, THERE WILL BE ONSITE REGISTRATION STARTING AT 7:30 AM
The Skyler Rain Barber Neuroblastoma Foundation is a recognized nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization, founded in memory of Skyler Rain Barber who lost her precious life to childhood cancer only weeks after being born. The Foundation’s mission is to help children with cancer, and their families receive the emotional and financial support needed to access comprehensive care and to cope with this devastating disease. Our goal is to bring awareness and support to the community while raising funds to support our mission to help families and children.
This is our 1st annual 5k run/walk. It will take place at the Saddle River County Park, Otto C. Pehle area in Saddle Brook. Check in and registration will take place in the pavilion area. The 5k will begin at Skyler’s memorial tree (at the playground next to the pavilion area), follow the walking path through Saddle Brook Park looping around the river and pond areas, and finishes by the pavilion. Pre/post-race snacks & water, DJ, tee shirts, and pre-race warm up included. Please join us as we close out Childhood Cancer Awareness month (September) with this very special and important event.
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There is ample free, public parking in close proximity to the race site. We encourage participants to register online. The race packet will be available on race day between 7:45-8:45
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