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Glow Run 5K and 1-Mile Walk

Saturday, May 18, 2024 (12:00 AM - 12:00 AM) (CDT)


🌟✨ Get ready to GLOW CRAZY! ✨🌟
🏃‍♂️ Lace up those sneakers and mark your calendars because the Glow Run 5k & 1 Mile Fun Walk is BACK on May 18th, 2024! 🏃‍♀️
🎉 It's not just your ordinary run - we're talking glow-tastic fun for all ages! 🎉
🏆 Prizes await for the most GLOW-mazing costumes and groups, so get your glow on and let your creativity shine! ✨ Whether you're a one-person glow show or a glowing squad, we want to see your light-up spirit!
🍔🎶 But wait, there's more! Fuel up at our fantastic food trucks, groove to the beats of awesome music, and challenge your friends to some fun games! It's going to be an evening filled with laughter, music, and GLOWrious memories!
🌊 And here's the best part: we're teaming up with T-Spann for Water Safety Awareness Month to make a difference in our community! 💦 By participating, you'll be helping us purchase life vests for Beech Lake, ensuring safety for all.
Don't miss out on the GLOW-tastic event of the year! Spread the word, gather your glow squad, and let's light up the night together! ✨ #GlowRun5k #FunWalk #GlowAndGlowAgain
Race to begin at 7pm. Starts and ends at Beech Lake.

$25.00 Adults 

$10.00 5-14 yrs 


$25.00 For ages 14 and up

$10.00 For Children ages 5-13 (must be accompanied by an adult)

FREE for 4 and under  (no shirts or awards)

(Card fees will apply $1.00 - $2.00)

Please note, shirts cannot be guaranteed after May 10th.

Beech Lake

Lexington, 38351

Beech Lake (Near the Stage) 

Saturday, May 18, 2024 (12:00 AM - 12:00 AM) (CDT)
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