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Saturday, August 31, 2013

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Minot, ND
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Minot SCHEELS Twilight 5K Run/Walk & Kid Run

SCHEELS is committed to help bring back Roosevelt Park!

Roosevelt Park is the largest park in Minot and provides many recreational opportunities for the Minot community. The park is home to a swimming pool and water slide, The Magic City Express, hiking and biking trails, a playground, beautiful gardens, fishing docks, and more. It is a favorite place for family picnics, concerts, community events, and weddings. 

The flood of 2011 had a devastating effect on Minot's park system and Roosevelt was especially hard hit, leaving the community with few recreational opportunities. Recovery and restoration continue and the costs are very high. 

The SCHEELS Twilight 5K Run/Walk & Kids Run is a fun way to help raise much needed dollars for Roosevelt Park in a family friendly environment.

To add to the excitement of running at twilight, Glow Sticks will be given to all registered runners as well as race T-shirts and swag bags. 

Both races will begin and end in the park. Strollers are welcome. Runners will start at the front. 

Water donated by Pepsi-Cola and refreshments will be available after the race. 

 

Event schedule and times

Kids Race begins at 7:30 p.m.

5K Race begins at 8:00 p.m.

Packet Pickup will be held at Dakota Square SCHEELS. Please stop by customer service during the following times to pick up your swag bag and t-shirt!

Thursday, August 29: Noon - 9:00 pm

Friday, August 30: Noon - 9:00 pm

 

Saturday, August 31, 2013 in Minot, ND

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