Downtown Alamo, CA Run Results - June 11th, 2017

Proceeds benefit the work of the Mt. Diablo Peace & Justice Center



* Sunday, June 11, 2017 *
Downtown Alamo

(northwest corner of Danville Blvd & Stone Valley Road)


Starting Gun: 8:30am


Competitive 5K/Family Run
Competitive 10K
Prizes for male and female overall winners
Awards for top winners in 10 categories

The 5K / Family Run

The 5K Run is a competitive and family friendly fun run...dogs
welcome!!

Parent's with baby joggers and runners with pets are encouraged to sign-up for the 5K run.

The course begins at the Rubey Building parking lot (northwest corner of Danville Blvd & Stone Valley Road).
Runners will head north on Danville Blvd to Hillgrade Ave.
At Hillgrade the runners will turn west to the Iron Horse Trail (IHT) and runners will continue south on the IHT to the intersection of IHT and Stone Valley Road... the finish line.



The 10K Run

The 10K Run will start at the same time as the 5K Run and runners will continue the 5K course a second time.

REGISTER

Race day registration begins 7:00AM
in downtown Alamo


Registration fees:

RunPrice
5K $35 (prior to June 10)
(includes all runners with pets or baby joggers)
10K $35 (prior to June 10)
Family package (up to 4 runners) $100
Children 12 and under $25
A late registration fee of $5 will be added for registrations after June 10.
Commemorative Run T-Shirts will be available on race day for all runners who register before May 27.
T-shirts for runners who register after May 27 will be asked to check the web-site for availability location to pick up their shirt.




The MDPJC

The Mt. Diablo Peace and Justice Center was founded in 1969 and has evolved into a community resource which encourages peaceful solutions to all conflicts and to promote justice & equality. These goals are developed through speakers’ forums, “The Peace Gazette” publication, youth programs which encourage tolerance, self-esteem, and mutual respect. Additionally, the Peace Center hosts the annual Dennis Thomas Art & Writing Challenge. Five hundred middle and high school students participate each year and use their creative skills in the fields of writing & the arts to consider contemporary social issues. The Center awards over $3,000 to the Challenge winners.

Center members believe when values of peace and justice are emphasized within our community, we know we have a chance for a future where we will make conscious positive choices for all. Based on the near 50 year history of the Center it is clear that there is great local interest in assuring our community is one where differences are respected, all conflicts are addressed nonviolently, oppressive structures are dismantled and people live in harmony with one another and the earth.

Volunteering

Please consider volunteering to work in the days leading up to the run and during the day of the run.

We need volunteers to prepare favor bags (pouches), prepare for race day registrations, organize T-shirt distribution (race day), direct vehicle and pedestrian traffic on the race course, install signs, distribute posters, help host at the finish line.

Sign up as a Volunteer