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North Pier Brewing Company
670 North Shore Drive
Benton Harbor, MI US 49022
7th Annual RACERS Superhero 5K
Saturday, April 18, 2020
North Pier Brewing Company
670 North Shore Drive, Benton Harbor, MI 49022
Chip timed 5K Run and Walk
Awards to Overall Male and Female Finisher in Run and Walk Divisions
Age Group Medals
Custom Race Bibs
AGES 15 & OVER
Early Registration - $20 through February 18 (Includes t-shirt and finisher medal)
Regular Registration - $25 February 19 through March 22 (Includes t-shirt and finisher medal)
Late Registration - $30 March 23 through April 16 (T-shirt and finisher medal while supplies last)
Same Day Registration - $35 (T-shirt and finisher medal while supplies last)
YOUTH AGES 8 - 14
Early Registration - $15 through February 18 (Includes t-shirt and finisher medal)
Regular Registration - $20 February 19 through March 22 (Includes T-shirt and finisher medal)
Late Registration - $20 March 23 through Race Day (T-shirt and finisher medal while supplies last)
YOUTH AGES 7 & UNDER
$5 through Race Day*
*Must run or walk with paid adult. Includes chip timing and finisher medal. Does not include shirt.
This year's event benefits MYOI - Michigan Youth Opportunities Initiative
The program was created to improve outcomes for youths transitioning from foster care to adulthood. It brings together community members, public and private agencies, and resources that are critical to enhancing the success of young adults who are transitioning or have transitioned from the foster care system. More than 900 youth are participating in the program statewide.
Personalized Custom Race Bib
Register by noon March 23 and get a personalized custom race bib!
Race Contact Info
If you have any questions about this race,
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MYOI's goal is to ensure that young people in foster care have successful outcomes in housing, education, employment, community engagement, and health. Each site provides:
Youth Boards Youth boards serve as the leadership and advocacy arm of MYOI. Youth are trained in leadership, media and communication skills, including how to strategically share their story and present on panels.
Community Partner Boards A community partner board is a group of businesses, public and private agencies, and community representatives that have an interest in assisting youth who are transitioning out of foster care. Community Partner Board members provide support, discounts to services and advocacy for older youth in care.
Training Training opportunities provided to youth encompass asset purchases, life skills, and preparation for adulthood including, housing, employment, education, health and community engagement.
Matches Each youth has an Individual Development Account (IDA). Youth are required to save money in their IDA each month. MYOI matches the IDA funds dollar for dollar, based on fund source availability, for a youth to purchase an approved asset.
Stipends Youth earn stipend payments for participation in events and meetings. The stipends assist youth to save money in their IDAs. Earning stipends is a tangible way to recognize the time and effort the youth contributes to the program.