5th Annual 5K Glow Walk/Run to benefit Surry Medical Ministries!
Race Date, Time, and Place
Saturday, March 17th
7:15 PM Fun Run Start
7:30 PM 5K Start
Riverside Park Greenway
350 Riverside Drive
Mount Airy, NC 27030
Adult (18 and Over) --
Early Registration through 3/5 - $25.00
Standard Registration - $35.00
Youth (Under 18) --
Early Registration through 3/5/17- $20.00
Standard Registration - $25.00
Kid's 1/2 Mile Fun Run - FREE!! The Kid's Fun Run will be held at 7:15 PM.
Online registration ends March 15th at 6PM
. In-person registration is available at Early Packet Pickup and Race Day Registration. Registration fees are non-refundable.
Register by March 5th to be guaranteed your long-sleeved race t-shirt!
Early Packet Pick-Up
Friday, March 16th Noon - 8 PM
Reeves Community Center
113 S. Renfro Street
Mount Airy, NC
All runners and fun run participants will get one glow item at Packet Pickup. Come dressed to GLOW and light up the night for Surry Medical Ministries!
Race Day Registration
Saturday, March 17, 2017 6:00 -7:00 PM
Riverside Park Greenway
350 Riverside Drive, Mount Airy, NC 27030
Goodie bags will be provided by Walgreens of Mount Airy!
Cash Prize for Top 3 Overall Male and Female 5K Finishers!
First Place - $100
Second Place - $50
Third Place - $25
Custom medals for Overall Male and Female 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place
Age Divisions 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place: 13 & Under, 14-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+
*Our race finish will be chip timed and awards based on gun time.
This is a mostly-flat out and back course that runs entirely along the Riverside Park Greenway.
Surry Medical Ministries is a local, private, non-profit agency that was started in 1993 by a group of medical professionals to address the primary care needs of people in our community who do not have health insurance nor qualify for government medical assistance. Since the doors opened 20 years ago, on Tuesday nights, volunteer doctors, dentists, pharmacists, nurses and clerical staff work to provide almost $20,000 worth of services. During each of the roughly 4 hours that the clinic is open per week, these professionals serve a standing-room only crowd of our neighbors on a first come-first serve basis.
The clinic survives by receiving less than 17% of its funding from the United Fund and the North Carolina Free Clinics Association. The 83+% remainder of the operational budget is provided through fundraising and donations, churches and individuals.