Yates Astro Resolution Race 5K
Bethesda Academy Campus - 9250 Ferguson Ave.
5K Trail Run
The Women’s Board of Bethesda
Register online, at Fleet Feet or mail in the form - please make checks payable to: The Women’s Board of Bethesda
The 650+ acre campus of Bethesda Academy includes cattle pastures, marsh, a farm, garden, athletic fields, cottages, ditches, paths - making it a prime location for a trail run! Join us for a 3.1 mile run through this picturesque campus, which is not usually open to the public. The course follows marsh lines, tree lines, and passes cattle, goats, chickens, and the organic garden along the way. The trail will provide unprecedented access to Bethesda’s campus and develop an appreciation for trail running! "The Yates Astro Resolution Race 5K at Bethesda is one of my favorite local races, I loved dodging the cow patties, it reminded me of some of my high school XC courses in Ohio, and the pancake breakfast afterwards was delicious!" ~Shelly Tucker, C.R.E.W. Half Marathon Training Mentor
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Bethesda Academy is located at 9520 Ferguson Avenue in Savannah. The campus is situated at the intersection of Ferguson Avenue and Bethesda Road. From downtown Savannah, take Waters Avenue south until it turns into Whitefield Avenue/Diamond Causeway. Make a left on Bethesda Road and drive straight under the iconic Bethesda arch.
For More Information:
$25 prior to December 25th
$35 after December 25th
Race day registration will be available.
Race proceeds go to The Women’s Board of Bethesda for the purpose of enriching and improving the lives of the boys at Bethesda Academy.
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Friday January 2nd
Fleet Feet Sports Savannah
10am - 6pm
Saturday January 3rd
6:45am - 8:15am
Join us for hot chocolate and coffee before the race and plan to stay for a pancake breakfast, which is included in your registration fee. Extra tickets for non-runners may be purchased for $3 on race morning. Strollers and pets are not allowed - thanks for your understanding
Thursday, November 20, 2014