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                       Miles for a Mission:

               5K Run, 1 mile Walk and Roll


Charitable 5k to benefit Huntington University’s Occupational Therapy mission trip to Haiti with Joni and Friends:

Wheels for the World


WHEN: Saturday, October 24th , 2015 - Rain or Shine!

EVENTS: 5 Kilometer Run, 1 mile Walk or Wheelchair Roll

START TIME: 5K - 9:30 a.m.  1 mile - 10:00 a.m.

LOCATION: Race will start at the Merillat Complex on the Huntington University Campus

RACE HEADQUARTERS: Check-in and registration outside Merillat Complex (the Plex)

PACKET PICK UP/ REGISTRATION: Saturday October 24th 8:00-9:30

PARKING: Merillat Complex lot

COURSE: Circulating the Huntington Campus– Start/finish at the Merillat Complex

ENTRY FEES: Pre-registered: $20 5K ; $10 1 Mile Walk/Roll; $5 T-shirt

                        Day of registration: $25 5K; $15 1 Mile Walk/Roll; $5 T-shirt

                        Huntington University students: $10 for race; $5 for T-shirt

                        $15 day of

DEADLINE: Mail in registration October 12th, 2015

Day of Registration: 8:00 am at Merillat Complex

Award Age Groups: Runners- Top male and female 14 & under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+


Additional donations send to: OTD Haiti Trip Business Office c/o Pam Rudy

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                                                    Huntington, IN 46750


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