5 K Family Run For Coffee – OCTOBER 31

Saturday, October 31, 2020

A modified 11th Annual 5K Family Fun Run for Coffee will be held at the church on Saturday, October 31st, between 2:00 and 4:00 pm. Runners are invited to do a 5K run on their own anytime between now and the event date. Those who choose to walk may do so on their own or walk a 2-mile marked course on the church property during the event. This year we have created a special edition tee shirt for individuals collecting $50 in donations. If you have walked or run on your own, come by the church during the event to turn in your donations, pick up your special edition tee shirt, and enjoy some fellowship.

Because it’s Halloween, there will be hot chocolate and Halloween treats, and both kids and adults are welcome to come in costume. A brief vespers service will be held on the church lawn from 3:50 to 4:00 to close the event.

All attendees are required to wear facemasks (the COVID kind, not Halloween costume masks) and observe physical distancing during the event, but that doesn’t mean the event won’t be fun.

Key Dates

20 September – Register or volunteer with Tom Woods and Doyle Nichols at Lemonade on the Lawn

10 October – Register with names and tee shirt size to ensure the right fit

10-31 October – Run 5K or walk on your own

31 October – From 2-4pm at First Presbyterian: Deliver donations, walk at church, pick up tee shirt, enjoy some fellowship, stay for vespers

To register please click the button below:

Shirt sizes deadline is 10 October to guarantee a fit

Volunteers:
To volunteer please email the Run for Coffee project team at letsrunforcoffee@firstpreshc.org.

Corporate Sponsors:
Click here for information about being a corporate sponsor.

To donate with a check please include “Coffee Run” or “GUA460” on your check.

To donate through PayPal click the “Make A Donation” button below. To receive a shirt please register by clicking the “Register” button above.

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A group from First Presbyterian helps to replant a coffee field in Guatemala, using plants purchased with Run For Coffee donations.
A group from First Presbyterian helps to replant a coffee field in Guatemala, using plants purchased with Run For Coffee donations.