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N.I.C.K 5K Run, Walk and Crawl Run

Wednesday, November 14, 2012


N.I.C.K 5K Run, Walk and Crawl Run

The race is in memory of Nick Brown, who went to be with his Savoir on Aug 20th, 2012.

The 5K will be for all ages wanting to participate run or walk.
There will be shorter distance races from crawlers up to 13 years old.

Event schedule and times
8 am for the 5K
9 am will start the crawlers race and the Health Fair
9:15 am 1 year olds
9: 25am 2 year olds
9: 30am 3 year olds
9:35am 4 year olds
9:40am 5 year olds
9: 50am 6 year olds
10 am 7 year olds
10: 10am 8 year olds
10:20am 9 year olds
10:30am 10 year olds
10:35 11 year olds
10:40 12 year olds
10:45 13 year olds

To Register go to:

The N.I.C.K. Health Fair will focus on how to become and stay healthy.
N.I.C.K. Health Fair stands for "Now I Can Know"
Information on:
Health Fair Day Information on:
Personal health
Nutrition - meal planing - menus
Physical fitness - workouts
Support Groups
Senior Adult, Men's, Women, Youth Groups
Running plan for Couch to 5K
Weight loss plan
I Don't Do Diet
I Don't Do Diet Teen
Jesus Love

This is a community out reach project feel free to invite everyone.

Prior to this Heath Fair day a FREE
I Don't Do Diet (Dec - Jan) and
I Don't DO Diet Teen (Feb - March)
will be taught on Sunday evening. If you are interested in learning how to lose weight and get healthy in a Biblical way contact First Baptist Church at 618-397-4720

There will be a kick off to sign up for the race, weight loss challenge, and nutritional guidance to help for race day on January 6th.

If you don't wish to run, walk or crawl you would still like to donate just register as a runner or you can send your donations to FBC-FH church. In the memo please put "N.I.C.K. Donation"
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