In conjunction with this year's races, we will have several booths set up by various vendors as well as interactive booths to educate you on driving safety! We also have some special guests in the works and will be announcing those as the event gets closer. We are excited to offer this to you this year and hope that you will attend the event even if you do not plan to walk or run the 5K/1-mile. Spread the word and help us save a life.
Jaws of Life Demonstration @ 10 am - AD-A-STEP program - Drunk Driving test drive course - Pledge to not drive distracted -
ROLLOVER Convincer - Seatbelt Safety Display - KIDS KORNER with bouncy house, face painting, coloring contest with prizes, sno cones, cotton candy and More to come!!!
Two Blondes and a Bakery will be there with some of their yummy treats. We will also have Sausage on a Stick for sale!
BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY - YOUR NEIGHBORS - AND FRIENDS!!!
The Peyton Irwin Memorial Scholarship Fund is having its second annual fun run....a great race for an even greater cause!! Come join us as we bring awareness to distracted driving. This is a 5K and 1-mile your way - run or walk - just make it to the finish line. The event is not scored and no awards will be distributed - BUT, everyone will get a T-shirt and swag bag. We will have finisher medals for those who cross the finish line!!! Be sure and stick around for the driving safety fair and participant breakfast and raffle announcement.
All proceeds benefit the Peyton Irwin Memorial Scholarship Fund in their mission of educating on distracted driving and awarding students with scholarships.
Let me explain a little about our cause. On March 29, 2019, Peyton Irwin was travelling to San Antonio Texas to support her Alma Mater Drill Team at a State Competition. Unfortunately, she did not make it to that event because she, along with three other passengers in the vehicle, was killed by a distracted driver. The driver of the vehicle was distracted and did not apply his brakes until just .06 seconds before hitting them while travelling at approximately 60 miles per hour. It is so important to educate people on the dangers of texting, social media, handling phones, and other distractions while driving a vehicle. Had he been paying attention, he could have seen them and slowed down, or swerved to miss them. We want to prevent this from happening to others.
Packet Pick Up will be Friday, April 9, 2021 at KATE BARR ROSS parking lot (next door to the City Service Center) from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
If you are running with us on Saturday in Huntsville but are not local - we will hold your race packet for you at the event that morning! Just go to the PRE-REGISTERED table and we will have your bag waiting for you!!!
Race Day Registration will be available and we can accept cash or check at the race site. Or you can register on-line (with CC) that morning as early as 7:00a.m. to avoid the late registration crowd. **tshirt size is not guaranteed after March 23, 2021*
7:00 am On-site registration will open
7:30 - Opening Ceremonies will begin - speakers, music, and warm up
8:00 - BANG - THE RACE IS ON!!!!
9:00 - EXPO OPENS
10:00 AM - JAWS OF LIFE DEMONSTRATION
We have a VIRTUAL option available for those who live too far away to attend the live run OR for those who are not comfortable participating with a crowd at this time.
GUARANTEE your t-shirt size availability by signing up for EARLY REGISTRATION before midnight 3/23/21!
You as a participant can also choose to start the run at your leisure as to avoid the larger crowd. We ask that all registered participants please begin the run no later than 8:30 am.
Let’s have fun but stay safe during the run!
The safety of our runners and volunteers is our top priority. Based on CDC and state guidelines and best practices, the following rules will apply:
· Do not attend if you are sick or have been in the last 14 days.
· Do not attend if you have been exposed to anyone with symptoms.
· Social distancing is encouraged where lines could be formed (Registration, food, etc.)
· The decision is yours regarding a mask!
· Cover your cough or sneeze.
· Runners are encouraged to stay safely socially distanced during the run.
· Runners are encouraged to use hand sanitizer.
· Hand washing stations/hand sanitizer will be available at portable toilets.
· All of our equipment and station areas will be cleaned and sanitized for your protection.
· Please be respectful - any used water cups/bottles should be disposed of in the trash receptacles provided.
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