TAKE BACK THE DAY 5K
KICK OFF YOUR DAY WITH THE SACIS 5k
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th
SISTER CITY PARK
Onsite Check-In/Registration will be from 7:00am – 7:45am
Walk/Run begins promptly at 8:00am
2.) Print registration form (Click here ===> 2018 5K Registration Form), complete the Pre-Registration form and 5k Run/Walk Waiver and return with the event registration fee to the SACIS office located at 1505 18th Street, Suite 2, Charleston, IL 61920
3.) Register Onsite the morning of the event (7:00am – 7:45am)
Participation fee is $20 but will increase to $25 on the day of the event. Special Senior (65+)/Student fee $10. Children 6 and under are FREE!!! All checks may be made payable to SACIS. If you register by 9/21/18, you will be guaranteed an event t-shirt. All other registrations will include an event t-shirt while supplies last.
Your participation in the Take Back the Day SACIS 5k will allow our agency to serve the survivors in our community, and by coming out to participate in this event, you are making a statement that the survivors in our midst ARE NOT ALONE!
Thank you for your support and participation!
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