The 2018 NRH Road Runner 5K is coming on October 6, 2018.
The 2018 NRH Road Runner 5K Run/1 mile Walk will begin at Green Valley Park on October 6 and will wind through the beautiful John Barfield and Calloway Branch Trails, while also combining on-road sections in North Richland Hills.
Cash Awards for Overall 1st, 2nd and 3rd place Male and Female and Overall Masters Male and Female (50+)! Awards will be presented three deep in each age group for the 5K Run/Walk.
1 Mile Run/Walk
Pre-Registration (online by September 24) - $20
After September 24 & On Race Day - $25
Pre-Registration (online by September 24) - $30
After September 24 & On Race Day - $35
** T-shirt size/availability only guaranteed if registered by September 24
Your registration includes: official Road Runner race shirt, drawstring backpack, custom Road Runner 5K finisher medals, ribbons for 1 mile participants and lots of great swag!
The 2018 NRH Road Runner 5K is gearing up and Early Bird Registration is going on now! Register HERE.
Why We Run....
We run for Children's Literacy through the NRH Library, The Community Enrichment Center and H.E.L.P, Inc. that helps orphans in Nigeria.
NEW for 2018
Special Race Day Guest and Entertainment!
The NRH Road Runner 5K welcomes Special Guest Mr. Orville Rogers: the Running Man, who at the age of 100 continues to inspire, motivate and challenge others to enjoy everything life offers. Mr. Rogers, Masters Indoor Track and Field Champion and WWII Veteran, will be available to sign his book The Running Man and share his inspiring life story. You are never too old to start a new journey. www.orvillerogers.com
Take your racing shoes off, and put your dancing shoes on! Stay after the run to enjoy the energizing sounds of THE AL NELSON ROCK 'N' SOUL SHOW, our featured entertainment from 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. www.alnelsonshow.com
Special thanks to the entertainment sponsor: Marvin & Jill Smith.
We Run For...
Children's Literacy through the NRH Library
The North Richland Hills Library supports children from birth through high school by hosting over 350 literacy programs each year that serve 10,000 participants. These programs teach foundational skills, instruct parents in how to support their child’s development, and provide delightful educational experiences.
The vision at the Community Enrichment Center (CEC) is to break the cycle of poverty and family violence. The CEC works directly with Northeast Tarrant families and individuals to move them out of crisis and into stability through employment readiness, high school equivalency, financial coaching, counseling, safe housing, food and basic necessities.
HELP Inc. is a non-profit organization that helps orphans in Nigeria. The vision of HELP is very simple, to make disciples of Jesus through sustainable partnerships in the domains of West Africa.