2017 Event Information
Join us for our 3rd annual 5k run and 3k walk, held on the Sheboygan Lutheran High School Cross Country Course. This year's event will be held in the memory of Juli Baird, a 1987 graduate of LHS who lost her seven year battle with cancer last year. Registration for our event includes a Dri-Fit T-Shirt, the chance to win a cash prize, post race refreshments, and more!2017 5k Results
7:30am - Registration and Packet Pickup
9:00am - 5k Run and 3k Walk Start
10:00am - Noon Awards and Post Race Refreshments
Sheboygan Lutheran High School
If parking in our school parking lot fills up, we ask that you park up at the UW-Sheboygan campus. Please do not park on University Drive.
Early Registration (thru 8/12/17) = $20 per person.
Late Registration (after 8/12/17) = $25 per person.
Get a group of 10 together and only pay for 9!
This year we are donating half of our proceeds to the Vince Lombardi Cancer Center of Sheboygan. The other half will go towards LHS's various scholarship funds to help families in need better afford the Christ-centered, college-prep education that LHS offers.
Each participant will receive a Dri-Fit T-Shirt, post race refreshments, and more! This year will also include chip timing!
The top male and top female 5k finishers will receive a $100 cash prize!
Results will be posted at the event and here
Age Group Categories:
- Under 14
In Memory of Juli Baird
This year's event will be held 'in the memory of LHS Alumnae, Juli Baird. Juli lost her seven year battle with Stage 4 Metastatic Breast Cancer last year. She attended St. John Lutheran Grade School in Plymouth and was a 1987 graduate of Sheboygan Lutheran High School. She was very active in her union - UAW 833, serving as President of the Women's Committee. She volunteered at Bethlehem Lutheran School with reading partners and the school lunch program. Juli was of strong faith and family was very important to her. Despite her illness she was always willing to help other people. She always said "I AM FINE" even if she wasn't feeling well. She touched so many lives in her own way.
Walk with us,
The Baird Family