The price of registration includes a t-shirt and entries for the raffle prizes (see below). Not to mention, you're helping the kids!
RUN, WALK, CRAWL FOR THE KIDS
11 YEARS AND COUNTING
Get ready and get pumped! Phi-K is back and bigger than ever!
Lace up your shoes and help the kids! Every fall, the Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity puts on a 5K (3.1 miles) road race for students, faculty, community members, and whoever else is up for a jog.
Proceeds from this race go to the Hole in the Wall Camps. The camps were started by Phi Kappa Tau alumnus Paul Newman to provide help for children with chronic illnesses. They are given the opportunity to enjoy a normal summer camp experience at no charge. Every year, thousands of ill children attend these camps and can be just like any other kid for a week. With your help, more chronically ill children from across the country will be able to have the time of their life at one of the Hole in the Wall Camps!
Men: Mike Vaughn, Case Western - 16:17.8 (2008)
Women: Jackie Gaydos, U. of Michigan - 19:36 (2006)
Start on E. 115th at baseball field and finish near Leutner Commons on Northside. Click here to view the map.
The race starts in front of the Leutner Commons building in the North Residential Village of the Case Western Reserve campus. Take Euclid Avenue to E. 115th. There is a small parking lot behind Leutner that is open on the weekends. It is located at Magnolia & Mistletoe Drives, which can be accessed from Wade Park Avenue. There should also be parking available along the streets and in the Village Parking Garage off of 118th shown on the map. Follow the Special Event Parking signs to reach the Village garage.;