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The 2014 Highland Cup 5k Run/Walk is Saturday, October 4 at 8:00 a.m. The race is a benefit for Highland Community Ministries.

Highland Community Ministries is an organization of 25 Highlands area churches that provide outreach to the community with eldercare services, day care, individual and family assistance, youth sports programs and more.

Scenic and challenging course starts on Douglass Blvd at Bardstown Rd., goes down Douglass to Cherokee Park’s Big Rock, around and back to start through Highlands neighborhood’s streets, many homes approaching a century in age. Run for the top trophy by ImagePro or take a stroll and check the leaves on a fine fall morning.

Enjoy a Pancake Breakfast immediately after the race at the Douglass Blvd Christian Church – 8:30 until 9:30 a.m. Adults $5; $4 race participants; $3 children 14 & under. Tickets sold at the door.

T-shirts and Door Prizes – The first 400 participants will receive a high quality short-sleeve technical fabric race shirt, coupons and opportunities to win gift certificates and prizes.

Just as HCM programs serve all ages with activities and family support, the Highlands Cup encourages families to join in a fun outing together.

For more detailed information and to register, click here.

Presented by HumanaVitality and HumanaValues

Saturday, November 8th at 9:00 a.m. at Hogan's Fountain in Cherokee Park.

The sole purpose for Feast on Equality is to establish the Feast On Equality Fund in order to provide ongoing support for LGBT students at the University of Louisville. Many LGBT students lose family and financial support when they come out of the closet, and are at greater risk of dropping out. The LGBT Center works to strengthen and sustain an inclusive campus community at the University of Louisville, one that welcomes people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions through support, educational resources, and advocacy. The Center works in partnership with other diversity efforts on campus supporting the Vice Provost for Diversity and International Affairs.

For more information and to register, click here.

Saturday, November 15th at 9:00 a.m. at Iroquois Park

 As a preferred vendor of Family Scholar over the last few years providing infrastructure services for the FSH campuses, Indatus has developed an extended relationship with the wonderful folks at FSH and felt compelled to help raise money on their behalf in the form of a 5k race. We hope to bring a larger awareness to this worthy cause and that everyone can find a warm place in their heart to come join us.

Family Scholar House (FSH) is a non-profit organization dedicated to ending the cycle of poverty and transform our community by empowering families and youth to succeed in education and achieve life-long self-sufficiency. Our goal is to address and eliminate the barriers that disadvantaged families face in realizing their educational goals. FSH promotes post-secondary education and career-track employment through a full continuum of care that includes supportive housing, academic advising, counseling, peer support, family programs, and support for childcare, transportation, and basic needs. Success stories abound!
In 2013, FSH served 2,261 low-income single parents with 3,352 children and 227 babies on the way. These services were provided on our four campuses and three outreach locations by 11 staff and 1,287 volunteers.

To learn more visit our website at or find us on Facebook.

All proceeds will be used for the Family Nutrition and Wellness program at FSH.

For more detailed information and to register, click here.

Once again River City Races is proud to produce a series of races this winter to keep you motivated to stay out runnin’ on the roads.

A series of three races (see reverse) in December, January and February. Enter all three on this entry and and the first 600 receive a Polar Bear Grand Prix winter knit cap, FREE!!!

You don't have to enter the Polar Bear Grand Prix to run each race, you may enter each individually if you can't run all three.

The Polar Bear Grand Prix will also be scored on a points format based on finishes in each race with awards for the top three men and women overall, overall Male and Female Master and Grandmaster and awards in age groups, 9 and under, 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70 and over.

Pre-register for the Polar Bear Grand Prix for $65 plus the first 600 are guaranteed a Polar Bear Grand Prix winter knit cap.

Awards for top three male and female, master and grandmaster and top three in each age group.

Reindeer Romp 4k, Saturday, December 13th, 9:00 a.m. at Hogan’s Fountain in Cherokee Park. The first 1000 entrants will guaranteed a Reindeer Romp t-shirt. Those who register after the first 1000 will receive a shirt on a first come, first serve basis.

Frostbite 5k, January 10th, 9:00 a.m. at the Rugby Field in Cherokee Park. Only the first 1000 entrants will be guaranteed a long sleeve technical shirt ($45 value) so get your entry in early. Those who register after the first 1000 will receive a shirt on a first come, first serve basis.
Snowman Shuffle 4 Mile, Saturday, February 14th at 9:00 a.m. at Hogan’s Fountain in Cherokee Park. The first 1000 runners will receive a Snowman Shuffle drawstring backpack. Those who register after the first 1000 will receive a drawstring backpack on a first come, first serve basis.

For more detailed information and to register, click here.