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Memorial Day Weekend 5K Run

IT'S TIME

TO RUN

May 25, 2019 | 8AM | Bailey Park

GO THE DISTANCE

Online Registration Ends at Midnight on May 24, 2019

Register in person at Fleet Feet May 24, 4 - 7pm

Day of registration in person at Bailey Park

New this year!

Fast Cash Prizes for

top finishers.

$30 Registration Fee 

(Increase to $35 beginning April 25 and $40 on May 25)

5K Timed

$20 Registration Fee

(Increase to $25 beginning April 25 and $30 on May 25)

Children Under 14 - Timed

$20 Registration Fee

Unable to attend the event? Be a proud supporter and receive an event tee shirt.

Proud in the Crowd

 
 

INFO

Empty Bowls 5K Memorial Day Weekend Run

May 25, 2019

Benefiting Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC

 

 

Empty Bowls 5K Run/Walk—a Memorial Day weekend road race benefiting Second Harvest and put on in collaboration with the Winston-Salem Cycling Classic, because hunger is a health issue, just like exercise and physical activity. We know that heart disease, obesity, and diabetes are more prevalent in communities with low food security. Fundraisers like the Empty Bowls 5k Memorial Weekend Fun Run help Second Harvest and our partner network bring the healthiest food and robust nutrition programs to families across Northwest North Carolina.

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About Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC

 

We believe everyone deserves to eat.

Imagine a community where no one goes hungry - a place where families facing job loss or personal challenges know that the one thing they don’t have to worry about is food for the table and where children never miss a meal.

 

We believe solving hunger begins with hope. We believe hunger ends when our entire community

shares the universal belief that everyone in Northwest North Carolina deserves to eat and that our communities can and will be hunger-free.