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Integrity Worldwide’s 5k and Fun Run for Kenya is about having fun and making a
difference in the world around you. Our 3rd 5K & Fun Run is gonna be even better, with more prizes to win and a greater cause! So put on your running shoes and let’s change the world!
Saturday, October 13, 2012 @ 9:00 AM
Start - Bloch Park, Dallas Avenue - Selma, Alabama
8:00 a.m. Race day registration
9:00 a.m. START - 5K
9.30 a.m. START - Fun Run
Kids (12 & under) $15
Complete & mail in registration form (see download button at the right) with enclosed check made payable to "Integrity Worldwide 5K":
1514 Moores Ferry Road
Selma, Alabama 36701
You can also register by calling 334-526-1238,
or register online (click here or on the button at the right).
The 5K takes runners through the heart of beautiful, historic Downtown Selma known as the "Butterfly Capital of the world" along an out-and-back route that unfolds through several of the city's historic homes, and brings runners through the Old Cemetary along the home stretch in to the finish line in Bloch Park.
There will be aid stations on the course with water. The finish line will be a welcome site with plenty of food, drinks, prizes, and entertainment! Parking will be available at Bloch Park, where the race starts and finishes.
T-Shirts & Extras
Each runner will receive a free T-Shirt (register by September 30, 2011 to insure a T-Shirt in your size). Additional T-Shirts can be purchased on race day, while supplies last. The first 200 runners also receive a free squeeze water bottle.
Awards & Prizes
Award ceremony will be held after the races. Awards will be given to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place for the following age groups:
5K: 12 & under, 13-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+
Fun Run: 14 & under, 14+
The times will be displayed at the finish line, measured electronically. Each runner will receive a bib the day of the event at the registration booth.
All proceeds will go to help victims of the worst drought in recent history in Kenya. We’ll use the funds to help families make it through the drought, giving them food and water. We’ll also empower families to become drought resistant in the future, through agricultural and educational programs.