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Race for the Orphan
5k Run - Saturday June 8th @ 9:30 am
Lake Fayetteville Trail
1208 E. Lake Fayetteville Road, Fayetteville, AR 72764
ALL PROCEEDS benefit the missionary families working with Esther’s
House in Malawi, Africa: Jason and Lacy Carney, Aaron and Cayla-Marie Jackson, David and Catherine Wilson
Registration Fee: $25.00
Children 12 and under FREE with Adult
Your race bib will be available for pickup from 5:00-7:00pm June 7th at Fleet Feet in Fayetteville, AR or at 9:00 am at the registration table the day of the event.
Awards 1st place race winners in each division will receive a gold medal. Silver and bronze medals will be given to 2nd and 3rd places, and all runners will receive a participant’s medal.
Course Description: Course starts at the North Pavilion and is an out and back race. A course map will be included in your packet.
Raffle: Everyone who registers will be entered in a community sponsored raffle. The prizes are AWESOME!!!! (Free Haircut by Kara Cornett @ Freshair, Subway gift cards, Fleet Feet Gift Cards, etc.)
Questions please contact the race coordinator Jennifer Kephart: email@example.com (479) 871-7449
WAIVER: I know that running a race is a potentially hazardous activity. I should not
enter unless I am medically able and properly trained. I assume all risks associated with running this event. Having read this waiver and knowing these facts and in consideration of you accepting my entry fee, I, for myself, and anyone entitled to act on my behalf, waive and release the City of Fayetteville, Pure Mission, and all sponsors, their representatives and successors, for all claims or liabilities of any kind arising out of my participation in this event.
When & Where
Pure Mission ministry includes full time care of orphans who call Esther's House "home," a non-residential program which offers assistance with food, clothing, education, and discipleship. Also, a ministry to local widows who have taken on the responsibility of caring for orphans, and a feeding program providing hope to over 1,500 impoverished children daily.