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5K Memorial Fun Run/Walk celebrating the lives of Janeah and Janesah Goheen. All race proceeds will benefit a music scholarship fund and a choir event on Whidbey Island.
The course will be an out and back route, starting and ending at the Coupeville Elementary track, then along the paved Kettles Trail.
This is a fun run/walk. We will provide finishing times, but this is not a competitive race.
Due to insurance restrictions, bicycles and dogs will not be allowed. Sorry! Participants pushing strollers will be asked to start after solo runners/walkers, as the trail is not very wide.
Children under 13 must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian. All youth under 18 must have a signed parental release.
All entry fee proceeds will benefit music education on Whidbey Island. Entry is $10 by check or $12 online. Day of race entry is $15.
T-shirts, if desired, must be pre-ordered, for $15. A limited number of t-shirts will be available on race day for $20. T-shirt proceeds will support aggressive driving education on Whidbey Island.
Additional donations may be made at any Whidbey Island Bank or Heritage Bank "Goheen Twins Memorial 5K" account. Race day drawings will be held for those making a supplemental donation at the bank or in person at the race.
Entry forms may also be picked up at:
Whidbey Isle Yarns in Coupeville (12 Front St)
Cafe de Lisio in Oak Harbor (Ault Field Rd)
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