to again benefit the Finger Lakes Regional Burn Association
====> 9 am Saturday, July 28, 2018 <====
Please click here for more info and here to register online ($25, plus a $2.50 fee) (closes 11:59 pm Thursday, July 26)
Please click here for a printable pdf of the registration form, to mail in
And please click here for info about our First Responders' Challenge!
starts and ends at East Rochester School District campus, 200 Woodbine Ave.
7:30 am: on-site registration ($30)
9 am: on your mark, get set, go!
- Karknocker DriFit t-shirt and medal for the first 300 registrants
- water at start, at mile markers, and after race
- open male and female prizes: $500 first place, $250 second, and $100 third
Packet pickup info:
- Friday, July 27 -- noon-7 pm at Medved (3400 Monroe Ave., Rochester, 14618)
- Saturday, July 28 (race day) -- 7:30 am, ERHS foyer
How you or your business can get involved as a sponsor or volunteer:
Sponsorship opportunities are available! For $125, sponsors' logos will be displayed on the commemorative t-shirts and various promotional materials. If interested, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
-- or scroll down to fill out and submit the online form by Tuesday, July 3. (Or, click here for a pdf of the invoice.)
Volunteers are also needed! We’d love to have you and your staff, family, and friends help out with the Karknocker. It’s a fun event that won’t take a lot of time, and you’ll receive a volunteer t-shirt! We’ll need assistance at the registration area and the three water stations, among other tasks. Please note that volunteers are strongly encouraged to attend an orientation from 6-7 pm Tuesday, July 24, to receive safety training, assignments, and shirts/vests. If you’d like to participate, please scroll down to fill out and submit the online form. (Or, click here for a pdf of the invoice.)
And please help us support our beneficiary: the Finger Lakes Regional Burn Association. The FLRBA is a non-profit organization committed to serving chiefly residents of the Finger Lakes region and occasionally beyond, regardless of social or economic status. It exists to help ensure that anyone impacted by a burn-related injury receives the necessary resources on the road to recovery, while raising fire and burn prevention awareness.