Run/Walk to Benefit the Orlando Science Center

August 14, 2010, Begins 7:30 a.m. at the Science Center

 

WHAT: Presented by Florida Hospital and the Track Shack Foundation, the Annual Celebration of Running 5K will be held at the Orlando Science Center in Loch Haven Park on August 14, 2010. The Celebration of Running 5K is part of a month long celebration (and sale) at the Track Shack, which commemorates 32 years of business, and kicks off the famous Grand Prix series.

Participants from all fitness levels are invited to walk or run the 3.1-mile course located throughout quaint neighborhoods on the outskirts of downtown Orlando. Paid entrants will receive a tech T-shirt, ice-cold refreshments, Florida Hospital’s interactive health screenings and special prizes awarded to significant finishers at the end of the race.

WHEN: Saturday, August 14, 2010
3.1 mile Race Start- 7:30 a.m.
5K Awards Ceremony- 9:00 a.m.
Florida Hospital For Children Way Cool Kids’ Run- 8:45 a.m.

WHERE: Start and End Race at:
Orlando Science Center
777 East Princeton Street
Orlando, FL 32803

WHY: Enjoy a scenic route as you celebrate running with the Track Shack and support the Orlando Science Center at the same time. Proceeds benefit the Orlando Science Center through the Track Shack Foundation and will be used to promote science education and provide engaging experiences for all ages in the community.

COST: Early Registration thru Aug. 7: $24
Registration from Aug. 8-13: $27
Registration on Race Day (on-site): $30 (Cash or Check Only)
Walkers and runners 17 & under or 65 & over: $12 ($15 on Race Day, Cash or Check Only)

Register online at www.trackshack.com through August 12, 2010.
Entry fees are non-refundable.

 


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