Rat Race & Cheese Chase

ARTHUR CHEESE FESTIVAL

RAT RACE

5K & 10K Run – 1 Mile Fun Run

5K Pat Wood Memorial Recreational Walk

Cheese Chasers Kiddies Fun Run

sponsored by Arthur Woman’s Club

Monday, September 2nd 2013

Entry fee:  $20 on or before Aug 28th  * Late registration:  $25

Checks Payable to:
Arthur Women’s Club
Registration:
Early Registration is recommended.
Race day registration will start at
6:00 a.m.
1 Mile Fun Run – 7:15 a.m.
5k/10K Race Starts at approx. 7:30 a.m.
5K Rec Walk – 7:45 a.m.
Kiddie Fun Run – Approx 9:30 a.m.

 Age divisions:
9 and under
10-14
15-19  40-44
20-24  45-49
25-29  50-54
30-34  55-59
35-39  60-64
65+
Awards:
Cash prizes and trophies to top male and Female run finisher.
Medals to 3 place run finishers.
T-Shirts to all participants.  Food and drinks at finish line.

Print and Mail Form                                               On-Line Registration

Registration and check-in is at the Welcome Center at the north end of the downtown business area (106 E. Progress).

Cash prizes and trophies to the top Male and Female Finishers in the 5K and 10K Runs.  Medals to top 3 places in each age division.
Food & Drinks at finish line.

Race Times:
1 Mile Fun Run – 7:15 am
5K & 10K Run – 7:30 am
5K Recreational Walk – 7:45 am
Kiddie Fun Run –approx. 9:30 am

Event T-shirts and free cheese guaranteed to preregistered 5K &10K runners. Additional shirts are available but supplies are limited. Awards will be presented at approximately 9:45 am at the stage by the corner gazebo. Race will take place rain or shine. Official results will be available at ArthurCheeseFestival.com. Thank you for your donation!

For further information:
Linda Ingles
517 S. Vine St.
Arthur, IL 61911
llingles@consolidated.net
Festival Notes: Arthur is located in central Illinois, 10 miles west of I-57 exit #203  on Rt. 133 in the heart of the Illinois Amish settlement.
Register at the visitors center  at the north end of the downtown business area.
After the run you may want to visit the many craft and food vendors lining the streets or explore the surrounding countryside and view the many farms and businesses of the Amish community.