16th Annual 5K


The 16th Annual Centreville Layton School 5K Run/Walk and Fun Run takes place on May 2, 2019. Join us as we partner with Races2Run for this year’s race!1509923_10152738546360764_4247390712651977719_n

Race Time: 6:30pm (Registration opens at 5:30pm)

Location: Centreville Layton School

Benefits: Centreville Layton School

Amenities: T-shirts and refreshments

Awards: Overall male and female, and top 3 in two-year age groups, 5-15. Top 3 in ten year age groups 16 through 70.

Entry Fee:$25 pre-registration, $30 registration day of race

Contact: For more information, contact Jennifer Burns10489739_10152738551565764_5367761584517168027_n





Preregistration is now closed. You may still register below as a “walk up” or prior to the race!


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