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5K Celebration

Confidence through
Accomplishment

Each season comes to an end with a celebratory 5K. This closing event gives program participants of all abilities a tangible sense of accomplishment. Crossing the finish line instills confidence through completion and is a joyful moment program participants always remember! Every child in our program receives a commemorative medal to celebrate this incredible achievement.

5K Celebration

Confidence through
Accomplishment

5K Event Details

Event
Fall Season Celebratory 5K
Date
November 12, 2022
Location

Margaret Mary Outpatient & Cancer Center
24 Six Pine Ranch Rd
Batesville, IN 47006

Time

9:00 a.m. - Girls on the Run festivites begin
10:00 a.m. - 5K Start time

Price

Registration Type Price
Sept 10-Oct 14: Guaranteed shirt period $10
   

NOTE: Program participants and coaches have already been registered for the 5K and DO NOT need to register.

  • Please ensure you arrive with your girl by 9:00 to ensure she has time to find her team, warm up and join the pre-5K activities and fun!
  • Registered participants may pick up their shirt and bib from their girl's team table.
  • Bottled water is provided at the end of the 5K route

Volunteers help ensure our end of season 5K celebration is possible. Interested in volunteering at our upcoming 5K event? Fill out our volunteer form today! 

We need volunteers for the following activities to ensure our event is a success! 

  • Set-up and Tear Down
  • Course Marshalls
  • Running Angels
  • Cheer Stations
  • Happy Hair or Face-Painting Station
  • Parking
Adult 5K participant smiles while running outdoors through the city

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The course for a 5K is 3.1 miles. 

As a reminder, this is a fun, celebratory event for our participants and not a competitive race. While our fastest 5K participants will complete the course in roughly 25 minutes, most cross the finish line in 30-60 minutes. Everyone who participates is encouraged to walk, run or skip at their happy pace and to do their own personal best!

First, we understand that life happens, and circumstance might make it impossible to attend.

We strongly encourage that all participants attend and complete the 5K, as it is the goal that teams are preparing for all season long! It’s the ultimate opportunity to build confidence through accomplishment. It is the culminating event of the season and a morning to remember!

For safety reasons, every participant must wear a race bib (provided by the council) with emergency information on the back. Only critical 5K volunteers have access to confidential information.

To ensure every participant crosses the finish line, we monitor the course with the help of our local police dept and other volunteers. Our council has a safety plan in place and our local Fire & EMS is on site to respond during an emergency or incident.

Yes. Girls on the Run 5K events are for everyone! All participants can walk, run, push or roll safely and at their own happy pace. Designated parking spots are available.

A Running Buddy is an individual designated by a parent/guardian to complete the 5K alongside a program participant during the 5K event to help keep participant safe and to cheer/motivate them.

Yes! This is encouraged! This is a great way to accomplish a goal together. 

Every registered participant will receive a t-shirt if registered by date deadline. Medals are for the GOTR participants only.

Yes! Family, friends and community members outside of our program can participate in the event, but must register.

Yes. All 5K registration forms include liability waivers.

Yes! As this is the highlight of the season, there will be face painting, happy hair stations and music! 

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Join us for our 5K!

Not a coach or a Girls on the Run participant?  
Register to join our 5K event!