Time: Registration opens at 7:30, Kids dash at 9am with 5k run immediately following. 1k walk will begin after runners have cleared the starting line.
Location: Happy Valley Elementary/Middle School (opposite end of the school as last year)
Distances: 5k run, 1k family walk, kids dash. 5k runners will be chip timed.
Course: New USATF certified 5K route for 2013! Click here for a COURSE MAP.
Entry Fees: $24 - 5k run, $15 - 1k walk, $10 child under 13 for any/all activities. All entry fees will increase by $5 on race-day.
NOTE: T-shirts are not guaranteed if registering after March 17. Click below to register online.
Awards: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place male and female winners in each age category will be awarded prizes
Team Awards: The following team honors will be awarded this year: Biggest Team, Oldest Team, Youngest Team, Fastest Team, Most Spirited Team, and Highest Fundraising Team - please designate yourself as a team member during online registration. Team members must be registered before race-day to be considered for prizes.
Activities: Indoor children's activities will be provided throughout the event. Food and vendor tables available for all ages. Silent auction will take place indoors with lots of fun items for the whole family.
About: Camp Odakoda (formerly Camp Quest) is one of a kind in the Pacific Northwest. It is the only overnight camp in the region that is specifically designed for 10-15 year old campers with high functioning Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome. Unfortunately, the cost for a camper to attend is over twice that of a typically developing child which adds to the already overwhelming cost of providing services to a child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Camp Odakoda strives to make camp accessible to all families and only charges half of what it actually costs to put on the camp. The additional funds are raised through generous sponsors and fundraising events like The Camp Odakoda 5k Run. At Camp Odakoda it is our goal that our campers have an opportunity to engage in activities that will help them grow and expand their social experiences. We want to provide opportunities for children with Asperger's Syndrome and High Functioning Autism to enjoy their uniqueness, take pride in their strengths and just have fun!