The Clover 5K - Franklin County 4-H

Sat April 2, 2022 Hilliard, OH 43026 US Directions
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Place
5035 Northwest Parkway
Hilliard, OH US 43026
Description

Join us for the return of the in-person 4-H Clover 5K at the Franklin County Fairgrounds in Hilliard, Ohio. All funds raised by the 5K run/walk helps to support the 4-H Walk & Serve. Whether you choose to run in person or as a virtual 5K, you can be a part of our run/walk for a purpose by supporting the Franklin County 4-H programs as well as over 10 area non-profit organizations! 

Event Safety

At this time, very similar to where we were a year ago, it is uncertain what the health and safety concerns related to COVID might be in April 2022. However, we will be planning the in-person 5K in addition to offering a Virtual option, with the safety of our participants and volunteers in mind. We will continue to monitor the CDC recommendations and state and local guidelines to ensure the event is safe.

Race T-shirts

Early registration allows time to order the correct number of shirts for all participants. We can only guarantee availability of shirts for those participants who have registered by March 13, 2022.  If registering for the race on March 14th or later, no race t-shirt option will be offered due to the ongoing global supply chain issue. 

Course Map

The 5K run starts and finishes on the track. This is a flat course with the section of packed crushed stone and paved roads all within the Fairgrounds property.

Click to see the MapMyRun interactive MAP

Additional Race Information

Registration 

Your 2022 entry fee includes:

  • One short sleeve t-shirt (if registered by March 13)
  • A goodie bag (to the first 100 participants)
  • A “woodal" race medal
  • A breakfast ticket for a made-to-order omelet, fresh fruit and bottled water
  • The satisfaction that you made a difference by supporting the 2022 "Walk & Serve" and over 10 non-profits!

 

Race Packet Pickup

ALL race packets are to be picked up either Thursday, March 31 or Friday, April 1 from 5:00-7:00 pm in the Edwards Building at the Franklin County Fairgrounds. If you choose to participate virtually, your packet must be picked up during this timeframe as well.  **Packets will not be mailed.  On race morning, packet pickup will begin at 7:30 AM. Race begins at 8:30 AM. 

 

Event Day Schedule

Free parking is available at the fair grounds. Follow the signs and/or parking attendants.

7:30 AM: Packet pick up if not already acquired. $30 if registering for race.

8:30 AM: Race Begins

• Post race activities: Made-to-order omelets, fresh fruit and bottled water. Volunteers will be the presiding chefs.

9:30 AM: Award Presentation

9:30 AM - Noon: Walk & Serve (*see below)

Expand Your Community Focused Experience by Serving

* The Walk & Serve is from 9:30 a.m. - Noon in the Ganyard and Edwards Buildings on the Franklin County Fair Grounds. Enthusiastic 4-H members will lead you through hands-on activities to create special items for Central Ohio residents/animals served by organizations such as MASH -Military and Service Heroes Food Pantry, Ovarian Cancer Alliance, Buckeye Military Moms, Heart to Heart Food Pantry, American Cancer Society, Birthright, Cancer Support Community, Simply Living, Operation Evergreen-The Ohio Christmas Tree Association, Stitched Together, Enduring Hearts, OH Nurses Foundation, Moms 2B, and Gigi's Shelter for Dogs. Your race entry fee will support this event. Thank you for helping to make a difference!

 

Awards

Every runner gets a hand-stamped "Woodal" - a real wooden medal. We'll have medals and awards for the top male and female overall finisher, as well as for the top male and female runner in each age category: (13 and under, 14-15, 16-17, 18-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60 and over). Results will be posted on this website.

 

Sponsors and Donors

Thank you to our past award Sponsors and Donors:

In 4‑H, we believe in the future of our young people. We see that every child has valuable strengths and the ability influence to improve the world around us. We are America’s largest youth development organization—empowering nearly six million young people across the U.S. with the skills to lead for a lifetime. To learn more about Franklin County 4-H, click here.

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