|Early Bird Registration Ends August 1st for Labor Day “Run with Carl”|
|News Releases - Sports & Recreation|
|Written by Jamie Lange|
|Wednesday, 24 July 2013 13:59|
BETTENDORF, IA – The Bettendorf Rotary’s Run with Carl will be held on Monday, September 2nd. The 5Mile Run and the 5K run/walk and 1/2 and 1-mile fun runs for children 12 and under start and finish at the Bettendorf Life Center (2222 Middle Rd., Bettendorf). Awards will immediately follow the races. The course remains the same as in previous years. Early bird entry fees are good through August 1st. Fees are $20 for the 5K Run/Walk or 5 Mile Run for no t-shirt and $25 for the 5K Run/Walk or 5 Mile Run with a t-shirt. The youth entry fee for the ½ and 1-mile fun run is $10.
If you register before August 1st, you will also be entered into a drawing for a free bike from Healthy Habits.
Race Day registrants are not eligible for awards so pre-registration is encouraged.
The 2012 Run with Carl attracted 1,400 runners and raised funds to support college scholarships for Bettendorf and Pleasant Valley graduates. Participants may register online only at www.runwithcarl.com.
Carl Schillig was 15 years old when he was killed in a car-pedestrian accident in 1994. Carl was active in a variety of community, school and church activities. In commemoration of his life, the Run With Carl Walk/Run attracts participants to the challenging, but scenic, course following city streets, neighborhoods and the Bettendorf Recreation Path.
For more information or to register, visit the website at www.runwithcarl.com or find us on Facebook by searching for “Run with Carl.”
About the Bettendorf Rotary: The Bettendorf Rotary Club was chartered in 1957. The group meets every Wednesday at noon at Fortune Garden Restaurant (2211 South Kimberly Road, Bettendorf). They are the Title Sponsor of Run with Carl.
About the Carl D. Schillig Memorial Fund, Inc.: The Carl D. Schillig Memorial Fund was established in 1995 in memory of Carl Schillig who was killed at the age of 15 in a car-pedestrian accident. The fund provides a $4000 college scholarship to graduates of Pleasant Valley High School – which Carl attended – and Bettendorf High School graduates. With Carl’s philanthropy as its inspiration, the nonprofit also distributes proceeds from the run to organizations in which Carl was active, including the Bettendorf Pleasant Valley Aquatics, the Cornbelt Running Club, and Our Lady of Lourdes Church.
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