Dandelion Trail Run

September 2, 2017 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Camp Mount Luther in Mifflinburg will be holding a 5 and 10 Kilometer trail run race at the camp Labor Day Weekend.  This is the fifteenth year for the event at the camp, located five miles west of Mifflinburg.  This will be an entry-level trail race on Mount Luther grounds with proceeds going to the camp.  It is being organized by Joel and Shelley Heasley of Middleburg. The Dandelion Run was named in honor and memory of Rev. Glenn E. Heasley, Jr., former Assistant to the Bishop of the Upper Susquehanna Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.  Glenn’s favorite “flower” was the dandelion.  The date of the race is Saturday, September 2, 2017.  The start time for the race is 9:00 a.m.  Runners decide on race day if they want to do a 5k or 10K (a double loop of the 5K) run.  Age group awards will be presented and pre-registered participants will receive a drawstring sports pack.  (A limited number will also be available on race day.)  Price for entry is $20 if you pre-register before August 12th.  Race day registration is $25. Registration opens at 7:30 a.m. on race day.  Spectators are welcome as well. A kid’s fun run (registration for that is one dollar) and a one-mile fun walk will also be held.  The same registration fees and amenities apply for the fun walk which will take place on a dirt road.  Awards will be given for overall male and female race time, three awards for each age group and an overall master’s for male and female in both the 5K and the 10K.  The awards ceremony will be immediately following the race.  All miles for the course will be marked and there is one water stop on the course.  Timing will be electronically done.  To download a registration form, visit http://midpenntrailblazers.com/trail-race-events/dandelion-run/dandelion-run-application.pdf or you can contact Joel Heasley at 570-765-0267.  Shower facilities are available after the race.  All proceeds from this event will benefit the camp’s general operating fund.

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