2015 Bob Bard 5K/10K
Join us for the 4th Annual Bob Bard 5K/10K on Saturday, June 20, 2015. 100% of the proceeds will benefit the National Brain Tumor Society and the Dragon Master Foundation to help find better treatments, and ultimately a cure, for brain tumors. With a choice between a 5K or 10K route, this professionally-timed race course is a beautiful walk/run through the rolling hills of Amish Country, and is perfect whether you are a competitive runner or leisurely walker. This event will be held rain or shine.
The US Army will be on-site to provide fun activities for both adults and children, including the popular Rock Wall! Refreshments will be provided at the conclusion of the race. Awards will be presented to the top male and female runners. All Kids Fun Run participants will receive a medal, and a variety of door prizes will be handed out at the awards ceremony.
For more information about the race, please contact Adrienne Wilk, Race Director, at email@example.com or at 717.413.8445.
Adult 5K/10K: $30 ($25 early bird rate until May 31st)
Kids Fun Run (children 9 and under): $15 ($10 early bird rate until May 31st)
Free t-shirts while supplies last.
Day of Event Information:
Saturday, June 20, 2015
Memorial Park (Upper Pavilion Area)
299 Park Avenue
Quarryville, PA 17566
Registration and Packet Pick-up: 7:00 - 8:00 AM
5K and 10K Race Begins: 8:30 AM (Kids Fun Run to follow at 9:45am)
Awards Ceremony following the Kids Fun Run
Early Packet Pick-up: Friday, June 19, 2015 from 6:00 - 8:00 PM at 119 W. State Street, Quarryville, PA.
Parking is free of charge and is conveniently located close to the start/finish line. Indoor bathrooms are available. Please note that dogs are not allowed on the course.
We have sponsorship opportunities available at a variety of levels. For information on how you can support the race through a sponsorship, please contact Adrienne Wilk, Race Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Bard was born and raised in Quarryville, PA. He was a wonderful husband, father, son, and friend to many in the community. In january 2010, Bob was diagnosed with a stage IV Glioblastoma. Bob lived every day to the fullest during his last year on earth, but went on to be with the Lord on January 15, 2011. Bob never complained during the year he fought cancer, and many named him "Superman" for that very reason.
Thank you for your support!