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Julia's Run for Children

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Julia's Run for Children

Time: April 15, 2012 from 8am to 12pm
Location: Cross Campus at Yale (corner of College St and Wall Street)
Street: College Street and Wall Street
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map:…
Phone: 203-773-0770
Event Type: race, and, walk, kids, fun, run
Organized By: ConnCAT
Latest Activity: Apr 3, 2012

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Event Description

Race begins and ends on Yale University's Cross Campus, in New Haven, Connecticut.

A map of the course. Participants are welcome to run, jog, or walk. Time:
•      7:45-9:45 a.m.: Registration, bib and t-shirt pickup at Woolsey Hall, Cross Campus
•      9:30 a.m.: Fun Run (0.7 miles) ages 12 & under
•      10:00 a.m.: Main Run/Walk (4 miles)
•      Post-race: Awards ceremony, refreshments, and raffle
•      Pre-registration Fees
After March 1 till April 13, 2012, pre-registration fees are $22 per adult runner, $17 per student runner, and $8 per Fun Run participant.

You can pre-register by mail or online.

To pre-register by mail, download the registration form (PDF), fill it out, and mail it with payment to:       JB Sports
      2 Buena Vista Rd.
      Branford, CT 06405
•      Race day registration Fees
For the 4-mile Run: $25 per person, $20 for student runner. The Fun Run fee is $10 per child. Sign up at Woolsey Hall (located on College Street between Wall and Grove), Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.
•      Raffle prizes to be announced
•      Trophies/awards for overall top male and female runners
•      Trophies/awards for top three males and top three females in each age category
•      Trophies/awards for top male and top female wheelchair athletes
•      Medals for all Fun Run participants



Face painting, an interactive police car, free chair massages for runners. Family friendly event!

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