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Saturday, March 15, 2014

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Cresco, IA
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2014 Brew & Stew

FREE BREW & FREE STEW After! The 2014 Brew & Stew starts at the CUSB Bank in Cresco.  The 5K FUN Run and 15K FUN Bike Ride take separate routes around town and finish back at the same place.  Free refreshments and stew for all participants at local establishments.  EVERYONE MUST HAVE AN ID FOR FREE BREW! NO EXCEPTIONS!

For family discount, you must print registrations and mail in (cannot receive discount thru Active)!

Family Discount - Registrations can be found on Facebook and FitnessSports.com

Packet pick-up and in person registration begin March 14th from 5-8pm or day of registration and packet pick-up beginning at 1:00 on March 15th at CUSB Bank.  The run and ride start at 5, and the free refreshments go from 5:30-7:30.  There are trophies for 1st overall male and female runners.  A raffle for two (2) $100 gift certificates for all bikers. There will be costume contests and events before the event so wear your best St. Patricks day outfit.  Cash awards for best individual and best team.  For more info, look for the flier on fitnesssports.  Costume judging will be from 1-4:45.

Proceeds benefit the following organizations:
Cresco Fire Department
Dollars for Scholars
NEICAC (Northeast Iowa Community Action Corporation)

Event schedule and times

Friday March 14th

5-8pm packet pickup at American Legion

Saturday March 15th

1-4:45pm packet pickup at CUSB Bank Tent

5pm 5K Run/ Walk and 15K Bike Ride

5:30 - 8:00pm Free Stew

5:30 - 7:30pm FREE BREW

 

Saturday, March 15, 2014 in Cresco, IA

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