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ALGBTIC/ACES Rainbow Run 5k & 1 Mile Walk for Wellness and Equality

Come join us for the 2nd Annual ALGBTIC/ACES Rainbow Run 5K & 1-Mile Walk for Wellness & Equality where the proceeds benefit local LGBTQ/mental health organizations!

Come give back to the community and support LGBTQ equality, counseling and mental health awareness!!

We have great TIE-DYE t-shirts and diverse race categories including:Men, Women, Androgynous/Transgender, & Differently-Abled (Note: although Active.com does not allow one to register as androgynous, transgender or differently-abled you will be able to check in at packet pickup under any category). 

INFO BELOW:

2nd Annual ALGBTIC/ACES Rainbow Run 5K & 1-Mile Walk for Wellness & Equality  Kaka'ako Waterfront Park

677 Ala Moana Blvd. Honolulu, HI 96813 (End of Ohe St.)

March 30, 2014, 7:30am SHARP (RACETIME)

Basic Information and FAQ for Race Day

Pricing: The 5K Run & 1-Mile Walk is $25 if you register on or before Friday March 28th and $30 after March 28th and on race day.

Registration & Packet Pick-up:
• Online Registration until March 28th at http://www.algbtic.org (use Active.com link)

(Credit card only)

• Mail in Registration until March 10

by completing the registration form, signing the waiver, and making out CHECK ONLY to Assoc. of LGBT Issues in Counseling

Mail ALL 3 ITEMS to: Pete Finnerty, 10705 Lake Ave. Apt. 203 Cleveland, OH 44102.
• Race Day Registration: Race day we will accept CASH OR CHECK only. 

Proceeds: Proceeds will benefit a local LGBTQ organization/mental health recovery organization.

T-Shirts: TIE-DYE t-Shirts are guaranteed for all participants who register on or before March 17, 2014. After that time you are not guaranteed a T-shirt. Shirts are short-sleeve and made from cotton and range in size from small-XXL.

Volunteers: Volunteers will be provided by ALGBTIC/ACES. Volunteers should arrive at the start line at 6:15am.

Race Course: WILL BE POSTED SOON at algbtic.org

Food & Drink: There will be an aid station on course providing water. Food and drink will be provided after the run & walk.

Restrooms: Restrooms are available on site near the start/finish line.

Parking: Parking is available at the race site. You may have to pay to park. Further information on transportation will be listed as it becomes available on ALGBTIC.org and ALGBTIC’s Facebook page.

First Aid: There will be medical staff on hand to ensure a safe race.

Presenting Sponsor: The Rainbow Run 5K & 1-Mile Walk for Wellness & Equality are presented by the Association of LGBT Issues in Counseling (ALGBTIC), the Association of Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES), Alexander Street Press and the American Counseling Association (ACA) in cooperation with local race/timing organizations and Kaka'ako Waterfront Park.

USATF Sanctioning: This will be a USA Track and Field Sanctioned Race.

5K Race Awards: 5K Race awards will be given to the top 3 individuals overall in each of the following categories: Men, Women, Androgynous/Transgender, & Differently-Abled. Awards will also be given to the overall winner in each of the following age groups: 15 and under, 15-19, 20- 29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+. Overall award category winners cannot also win age group awards. 

Questions: Please contact the race director Pete Finnerty at Phone: 559-230-7494 or Email: algbticrainbowrun2@gmail.com.

Event schedule and times

RACE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 7:30AM!

PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY TO PICK UP PACKET AND GET TO START LINE!

RACE DAY REGISTRATION AND PACKET PICKUP: 6:15am-7:15am and will take place near parking lot at Kaka'ako Waterfront Park.

Registration & Packet Pick-up:
• Online Registration until March 28th at http://www.algbtic.org (use Active.com link)

(Credit card only)

• Mail in Registration until March 10

by completing the registration form, signing the waiver, and making out CHECK ONLY to Assoc. of LGBT Issues in Counseling

Mail ALL 3 ITEMS to: Pete Finnerty, 10705 Lake Ave. Apt. 203 Cleveland, OH 44102.
• Race Day Registration: Race day we will accept CASH OR CHECK only. 

 

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