JOIN THE KENNETT EDUCATION FUND FOR THE 9th ANNUAL MONSTER MASH
RESCHEDULED FOR SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5th, 2017 AT 9 a.m.
ON-SITE REGISTRATION & PACKET PICK-UP AT 8 a.m.
Presented by Cari Orthodontics
Register online through Friday, November 3rd at noon: https://runsignup.com/
Onsite registration available on race day
$25 for the 5K Run and Monster Walk ($30 Race Day)
$10 for the Kids Spooky Sprint
Your attendance supports education grants, scholarships, and STEM in KCSD.
This 5k run event will give runners a cross country challenge around little ‘ol Anson B. Nixon Park. Get ready to run on the paths, across the fields, dodging the frisbee golfers, over the streams and through the woods to the party at the finish line.
Take in the beautiful autumn scenery as you navigate the 5k course. This fun-raising 3.1 mile fund walk will get you prepared to cover the neighborhood miles on Halloween night! This walk will follow the same course as the 5K Dash, but will be untimed.
KIDS SPOOKY SPRINT
The 9th edition of this super fun kids Halloween tradition needs no adjustment. Kids can debut their costumes on this easy course circling the pavilions to finish back at the stage. There’ll be no tricks along this course, just goodies along the way, so make sure they sprint with a sack!
COME IN COSTUME
Awards will be given for the best costume!
HELP YOUR SCHOOL WIN
The KCDS school with the most participants wins the coveted participation trophy.
CUSTOM RACE SHIRT
T-shirts are guaranteed for all pre-registered participants. Don’t miss out on this local tradition as we scare up a lot of fun at the park!
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL T-SHIRT DESIGN CONTEST
Participate in the Ninth Annual Monster Mash T-Shirt Contest. The winning design will be an original hand drawn design to appear on the Monster Mash official race t-shirt.
• All artwork must be on white 8 ½ x 11 paper
• Hand drawn design in black and white only
• Include name, school and grade on separate piece of paper
• Received by Friday, September 29, 2017
MORE INFO AND ENTER THE CONTEST
Location: Anson B. Nixon Park