‘Run Against Rage 5K’ is May 7


‘Fastest Kid in Town’ also set

Special to Civitas Media



File photo The Harlan County Domestic Violence Council will sponsor the ninth annual Run Against Rage 5K and Fastest Kid in Town race on May 7 in downtown Harlan.


The Harlan County Domestic Violence Council will sponsor the ninth annual Run Against Rage 5K and Fastest Kid in Town race on May 7 to raise awareness of domestic violence and raise funds for domestic violence victims.

The event kicks off at 9 a.m. in front of Harlan High School on Central Street in downtown Harlan.

Pre-registration for the 5K is $25, and $30 on race day.

Awards will be presented for the following: Best time overall, top, first masters (40 plus) male and female, first grandmaster (50 plus) male and female. Other awards three deep in the following age divisions (male and female): 14-18, 19-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 454-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-69 and 70 plus. Pre-registration is recommended to guarantee a T-shirt.

Registration fee for the Fastest Kid in Town Race is $15. Awards will be presented three deep in the following age divisions (male and female): 4-7, 8-10 and 11-13.

Walkers are also welcome to participate.

Refreshments, awards and door prizes to be given away immediately following the run.

Registration forms may be picked up at Ally Kats Hair Shack, located at 66 Eula Gray Street in Harlan, or call 606-392-1129 to register by phone.

For additional information, contact race director Sheryl Caudel at 606-392-1129 or [email protected] or Fastest Kid in Town director Julie Jackson at [email protected]

File photo The Harlan County Domestic Violence Council will sponsor the ninth annual Run Against Rage 5K and Fastest Kid in Town race on May 7 in downtown Harlan.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_DV7.jpgFile photo The Harlan County Domestic Violence Council will sponsor the ninth annual Run Against Rage 5K and Fastest Kid in Town race on May 7 in downtown Harlan.
‘Fastest Kid in Town’ also set

Special to Civitas Media

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