22st Annual Run to Read 5K/10K
Friday evening, July 31, 2020
|Place:||12th Street Pool
No refund for any reason including weather
|Packet Pickup / Late Registration:||In front of 12th Street Pool beginning at 6 pm.
|Make Checks Payable To:||Literacy Volunteers of Marion County|
|Mail Entry Form To:||Literacy Volunteers
601 Locust Ave.,
Fairmont, WV 26554
|Contact:||Literacy Volunteers - (304) 366-6055|
|Age Divisions/Awards:||Overall awards to first 3 females & first 3 males. Age group awards: female 12 & under (1), 13-15 (1), 16-19 (1), 20-29 (1), 30-39 (1), 40-49 (1), 50-59 (1), 60 & over (1). Age group awards: male 12 & under (1), 13-15 (1), 16-19 (1), 20-29 (1), 30-39 (1), 40-49 (1), 50-59 (1), 60-69 (1), 70 & over (1).|
|Perks:||1 Tech shirt
2 Free & private pool party for runners, walkers & family members courtesy of MCPARC. (Bathrooms at pool available at 6 pm.)
|Refreshments:||Hot dogs, fruit, vegetables, chips, cookies, water, sports drink.|
|Water Stops / Aid Stations:||1 water stop
Bathrooms available at the pool.
|Course Description:||Race Map - Start line in the vicinity of East-West Stadium. Rolling course through residential neighborhoods of Fairmont's west side. Finish line in front of 12th Street Pool entrance.|
Age Group Records - Certified years only (2002-2012, 2015)
|Directions To Start/Finish:||Directions from I-79 (north & south) exit 136. Go north on WV 273 (Gateway Connector) toward downtown Fairmont, At the bottom of the hill turn left on WV 310. Travel 310 across the 3rd Street Bridge to Fairmont Ave. / US 250. Nine blocks to 12th St. Set gps for 205 12th St., Fairmont, WV.|
|Expected Field Size:||150|
|Sponsors:||All proceeds will benefit Literacy Volunteers of Marion County, a United Way agency. LVMC provides free tutoring to adults & children in basic reading, math, ESL (English as a second language), GED preparation, computer basics & related subjects. LVMC is accredited by Pro Literacy Worldwide.
Special thanks to Marion County Parks and Recreation for all their help.
USATF sanctioned event. Marion County Police Reserves and the Fairmont City Police Dept. will provide traffic control