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Join us on November 2, 2019 for the Run United Quarter Marathon and 5K! Our annual race is a great opportunity to support the work that United Way does in our community. If you're involved in the Union County Grand Prix Series, don't forget this is the final race of the year!
United Way of Union County funds 26 local partner agencies and over 40 programs through their annual campaign. These agencies LIVE the United Way of Union County mission statement by bringing neighbors and resources together to improve lives in Union County and Plain City through economic stability, access to health, childhood/youth success and senior engagement - they are:
Game Changers for struggling individuals and families;
Champions for pregnant teens, abuse victims, and job seekers;
Obstacle-leaping, Hand Raisers who help solve daily problems!
Support our wonderful partner agencies by walking or running through Glacier Ridge Metro Park and Jerome Village. Your registration fee directly benefits The United Way of Union County and helps us work toward our annual campaign goal.
RUN UNITED AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN UNION COUNTY AND PLAIN CITY!
Pre-Race Packet Pickup:
Columbus Running Company - Dublin
October 31 and November 1
10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Awards & Medals:
All Finishers will be greeted at the finish line with a one-of-a-kind Medal
Quarter Marathon: Male and Female- Top 3 Overall
5K: Male and Female- Top 3 Overall
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
Upcoming Grand Prix Races
The Union County Grand Prix Series is a package of local, Union County, races. Individuals receive points based on participation and race results. Friendly competition is promoted throughout the series with a culminating event at series end. All races provide a community service through a philanthropic component.