Nicolet Bank St. Pat's Benefit Run/Walk
Benefit the Kimberly Fire Fighters
New This year. We have added the Virtual Run Option for the 10 Mile. A Relay for the 10 Mile. And finisher medals for all those doing the 10 Mile.
Virtual Finisher must submit their time one week prior to the race the race day to be included in the results.
Relay Switch points are located on the map at water stations marked with RS. We do not provide a shuttle for the relay.
Sunday, March 22 • 9:00 a.m.
Tanners Grill and Bar
730 S. Railroad St., Kimberly, WI
MORE THAN A RUN! ENJOY ALL OF OUR BLARNEY OF GAMES AND A COSTUME CONTEST! WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES. DIAPER DASH FOR 2 AND UNDER AND LEPRECHAUN
RUNS FOR 3-6 YEAR OLD'S ( free and indoors)
10 mile run/walk
5k-3.1 miles run/walk
The 5k run will start at Tanner's Grill and Bar and go through the quiet streets of Kimberly. The 10 mile will then turn onto the expansive CE trail and head east where it will turn around in a quaint neighborhood before heading back to Tanner's on the CE trail.
Participants receive a dri wick shirt , refreshments and Beer after.
Meet your Pace Team to help you keep the your desired pace.
Awards given to the overall male/female and age divisions.
This event is part of the Aurora BayCare Series which offers additional prizes.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Sat. March 14. Virtual run times must be submitted.
Sat., March 21- Fleet Feet, Appleton
10 a.m. - Noon - Registration &
Sun., March 22- Tanner's Bar & Grill
7:45-9 a.m. - Registration &
8:30 a.m. - Costume Contest (sharp)
9:00 a.m. - St. Pat's Run Starts
9:15 a.m. - Games: Fish Pond, Greenie Beanie Toss, Potato Sack Races, Irish Casino and more…
9:45 a.m. - Game: Diaper Dash (young kids/inside Tanners)
10 a.m. - Game: Leprechaun Runs (ages 2-6/inside Tanners)
2018 RACE WINNERS
Male: David Haubenschild 1:01:44
Female: Laura Schmitz 1:04:35
Male: Michael Scheller 19:23
Female: Ashley Bovee 22:34
We provide technically sound, safe, and exciting events for all ages and abilities! There will also be plenty of water and Gatorade stations along the course. Each mile on the run courses will be marked. All courses will have highly visible signage for each turn. Results will be posted at pttiming.com.
EVENT RULES AND INFORMATION
Course cut off time: 2.5 hours after the start of the race
For safety reasons, we ask spectators to not follow your athlete in the car. The best place to watch is at the finish line.
Get a front row seat as a volunteer! Volunteers are needed throughout the event to help with participant body marking, directing athletes on and off the course, and handing out water and food. All volunteers receive a t-shirt. To volunteer: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Mike at: 920-419-8936