Nick Clare Memorial Run Saturday May 4th 2013
Where: Start and Finish at the Hastings Area YMCA, 85 Pleasant Drive, Hastings
8:30am 5K, 10K
10am 2K fun run/walk
Proceeds from the run will benefit the Nick Clare Foundation-funding scholarships and Y Partners
PACKET PICKUP: All pre-registered participants may pick up race numbers and t-shirts starting at 7:30am on May 4th at race start area. A limited number of shirts will be available for race day registrants, shirts will be mailed at a later date for those who do not receive one on race day. Participation ribbons will be given to 2K entrants.
Timing will be conducted professionally this year by Anderson Race Management: www.andersonraces.com.
QUESTIONS: Please visit the web site or contact Jenny Wilcox at email@example.com or 651-387-3842
AWARDS: Awards will be given to the overall top three males and females in the 10K & 5K.
All participants will receive shirts when they check in before race start.
LATE REGISTRATION: All race fees go up by $5 on race day.
5K - $20 pre register, $25 on race day
10 K -$25 pre register, $30 on race day
2K Walk - $5 pre register, $10 race day
The first Nick Clare Memorial Run was held in 2002 as a way to give tribute to the life of Nick Clare who died in a car accident in 2001 and help kids live a better quality of life. Because it was so successful in benefiting the Hastings Community and the Hastings High School athletic programs, the run has continued. Contributions from the run go to the Nick Clare Foundation, Y Partners Program and the Hastings Senior High School. Contributions have helped students who are in need, participate in sports and receive scholarship money.
Nick Clare was born and raised in Hastings, Minnesota. On November 11, 2001, Nick was killed in a car accident near Great Falls, Montana. Nick was an avid cross country runner and skier on the Hastings High School teams from 1989-1996. He was a graduate of Hastings Senior High in 1996. Nick loved adventure and the outdoors, including running, skiing, fishing, hiking and hunting. He was a senior at Montana State University-Bozeman and was going to graduate in Construction Engineering. Nick was the president of the MSU Engineering Club (AGC), an active volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters, a member of Habitat for Humanity, and an organ donor.
The Nick Clare Foundation
For more information about the Nick Clare Foundation and how you can help, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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