_ The 4th Annual Aims Community College Aardvark 5K/2K Fun Run:
Aims Community College hosts an annual 5k / 2k "fun run" encouraging runners and walkers of all abilities to participate. Participants can choose what distance to run, jog, skip or walk. This year we will have two competition levels. To start the day we will have our competitive Bolder/Boulder qualifying 5K race, and after will be our non-competitive event where the goal is to have fun and raise money for a great cause, the Aims Foundation General Scholarship Fund.
Whether you want to try and qualify for the Bolder/Boulder, beat your personal best 5k time, ease your way into 5k races with the 2k or just take a stroll through the beautiful Greeley campus, everyone is invited and welcome to participate.
Event details and schedule
Race Day: Saturday, April 28, 2018
Participant Packet Pick-Up: Beginning Thursday, April 26
Competitive 5K Start Time: 8:45 am
Fun Run 2k/5k Start Time: 9:30 am
Late Registration: Walk-up registration available on race day
Early Registration costs:
Competitive 5K- $30 per participant
Fun Run: 2k/5k- $20 per participant
*10 and younger can participate with a family member for free
Walk-up Race Day Registration costs:
Competitive 5K- $40 per participant
Fun Run 2k/5k- $30 per participant
All proceeds go to help benefit the Aims Foundation General Scholarship Fund
-) 2018 race registration is open • Registration Information
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