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THE PRIDE YOU GAIN IS WORTH IT

Whether you run to win or race to support a cause, the Y has a challenge for you. Runners, bikers and swimmers of all ages take to courses across the area to give back and support our community.

 

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YMCA Race Series

December 14, 2019 8:00 AM

FROSTY 5K

at Lincoln County Family YMCA

Join us for our Annual Frosty 5k and Kids Reindeer Run!

September 28, 2019 10:00 AM

FAMILY FUN RUN

at Stratford Richardson YMCA

GET ACTIVE Join us for a 1-mile Family Fun Run around the Stratford Richardson YMCA campus prior to our Health Fair on Saturday, September 28. We will be offering 3 clinics in our Afterschool Program to prepare our runners. A special guest will attend and offer a 30-minute presentation followed by a 30-minute training session. September 10: Nutrition September 17: Running Mechanics September 24: Mental Health: Keeping a Positive Mindset

October 5, 2019 9:00 AM

Superhero 5K Trail

at Catawba Lands Conservancy

Calling All Superheroes!!! Come dressed up as your favorite superhero, or run as yourself incognito. Sally’s YMCA and Relay For Life East Lincoln are hosting the inaugural Superhero 5K & Fun Run (1-Mile) that will take place on the Forney Creek Trail to raise funds and awareness for the mission of each organization. Sally’s YMCA and Relay For Life East Lincoln are joining forces for the Superhero 5k to make a difference in the East Lincoln community. Race proceeds benefit the YMCA Annual Campaign and Relay For Life East Lincoln. Every day we take on challenges that shape our community’s future – challenges like academic achievement gap, obesity and social isolation. Together with our members, donors, volunteers and community partners, we strengthen our community. Come together with us to honor cancer survivors, spread the word about reducing cancer risk, and raise money to help the American Cancer Society save lives. It’s a great way to honor or remember those in our community that are affected daily by cancer. Who are you racing for?