Join us for the 3rd Annual FLATS Uncle Sam 5k Run/1.2 Mile Walk

Help build the Forest Lake Area Trail System by running the FLATS Uncle Sam 5k (map) or walking the 1.2 mile course (map)!

Registration is live at Active.com and paper entry forms are available at ATSU’s Thompson Campus Center (210 S. Osteopathy, Kirksville, MO 63501).

Event details and schedule

Race and walk start at 9:00 am on Friday, July 3rd at the DuKum Inn (111 S. Elson). Packet pick-up will be held at Dukum Inn DRIVE BY! Noon-6pm Thursday July 2nd. Drive by Dukum Inn to pick up your packet.

All 1.2 mile walkers will start at 9:00am, separately from the 5K runners Please keep at least six feet apart from other walkers at the start and during the walk

NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION. Results will be posted at the-pack.org and on the Forest Lake Area Trail System Facebook page.

All race entries receive a buff and a running canteen (Hanteen)

All proceeds to benefit Forest Lakes Area Trail System (FLATS)

Everyone is required to follow CDC and Show Me Strong Recovery Plan Guidelines

Top 5K male & female receive a trophy

NO POST RACE AWARDS

Age Groups (5K only): 18 & under, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+.

Post-race complimentary refreshments (if possible)

View race map on Active.com

July 3rd Run/Walk will have a staggered start, based on your predicted time

Entry Fee

$25 (maximum 150 entrants for live event to allow for social distancing) Runners who are not present for their assigned start time will not be allowed to run

Make checks payable to FLATS (Forest Lake Area Trail System)

Mail to: Thompson Campus Center-FLATS,                                                          210 S. Osteopathy, Kirksville, MO 63501

Thanks to our incredible sponsors Northeast Regional Medical Center, US Bank, DuKum Inn, JC Penney, AT Still University, Golden Eagle Distributing Company, Rotary, Northeast Missouri Foot Clinic,  Walgreens, Hy-Vee, VisitKirksville.com, Kirksville Downtown Improvement Committee, and the City of Kirksville.

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