Our Raleigh event offers a uniquely beautiful course starting and ending on Wakefield Pines drive. The out and back course will take you through the famous Wakefield Plantation. At the finish, you’ll be able to celebrate your accomplishment with you entire family and friends at our fun post-race party. Enjoy food, refreshments, activities and cool products and services from our sponsors. Make your Mother’s Day a memorable day.
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Kerr Family YMCA
2500 Wakefield Pines Dr.
Raleigh, NC 27614
Parking: Parking is available at: Wakefield Pines Elementary 2400 Wakefield Pines Dr. and Wakefield Middle School 2300 Wakefield Pines Dr.
Event Date: Sunday, May 11, 2014
Mother's Day of course!
5K Race Start Time: 8:30am
Kids Race Start Time: 8:00am
5K Divisions: Women 12-14, 15-19 and 5 year age groups through 70+
Kids Divisions: Kids 1 Mile: Boys and girls 6 and under, 7-9, 10-11
Package Pick-up Date: Saturday, May 10, 2014 (11:00AM-3:00PM)
Additional Race Information: Packet Pick Up will be at: Fleet Feet, Market at Colemnade, 8511 Colennade Center Dr., Raleigh, NC. Race day packet pick up will also be available on race day from 6:00-7:30 AM at Kerr YMCA
There will be at least one aid station on the 5K course as well as refreshments at the finish line.
Run Like A Mother hosts a fun post-race party for the whole family to experience! Extend the celebration beyond the finish line by enjoying food and refreshments, fun activities for kids and cool products and services from our sponsors.
Kerr Family YMCA 2500 Wakefield Pines Dr. Raleigh, NC 27614
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Whether you want to get to the starting line ready to run your best race or you just like meeting and running with new friends, our coached 6-week group-training program does both!
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– 5K training plan & accompanying strength training plan
– 4 levels of coaches for all experience levels
– Weekly group workouts and training workshops
– Motivation, support and a whole lot of fun!
Through our annual We Build People Campaign, our YMCA is able to address some of the community’s most pressing issues – from childhood obesity to high school graduation rates. This community-wide effort to raise funds for children, teens, families and adults who need our Y the most is made possible by your donations. We Build People funds programs like LIVESTRONG at the Y, the YMCA's effort to provide wellness education, guided exercise and supportive group reflection to those battling cancer, in addition to scholarships and financial assistance for other Y programs, including summer day camps, after school programs, youth sports and adult fitness activities. Visit www.ymcawebuildpeople.org for more information