10K, 5K Race, Doyle Community Center, Sturgis Michigan, 5K Pump And Run, 1 Mile Fun Run, Ovarian Cancer Fundraiser
5K Run/Walk   5K Pump and Run   1 Mile Fun Run
Saturday, September 17, 2016   Sturgis, Michigan

Chasing the Cure for Ovarian Cancer is a non-profit organization holding events each September to fight ovarian cancer
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2016 REGISTRATION

  5K Pump & Run 5K Run/Walk 1 Mile Fun Run
By 8/28/16 $25 $20 $15
After 8/28/16 $30 $25 $20
Registrations are non-refundable. All proceeds / donations go to Michigan Ovarian Cancer Alliance. Register by 9/4/16 to be guaranteed a race t-shirt!


TO REGISTER
Download and print the registration form here
Mail a check & completed application to:
Chasing the Cure for OC
c/o Terra Draper                                      OR
63132 West Fish Lake Rd.
Sturgis, MI 49091

Please make checks payable to Terra Draper or MIOCA/Chasing the Cure


Awards will be given to the first place overall male and female finishers. Medals to the top three in five year age groups from 9 and under to 70 and above for the 5K event. T-shirts will be short sleeve and guaranteed to all pre-registered participants in all events.


Announcing the Team Challenge in 2016!

A business, organization, group or family can form a team with 3 or more members. Simply decide on a team name & designate a team captain. The best 3 participant times on each team will be added together for an overall team time. (Teams of 5 or more save $5 off their registration fees.) The team with the lowest time wins the Team Challenge and receives recognition for their participation AND a $100 gift certificate for products or services from Intuitive Designs LLC, along with $100 in Meijer gift cards! What a great way for groups to participate in Chasing the Cure!

Download the Team Challenge Registration Form Here!


For more information, contact Terra Draper or Leanne Barnell at chasingthecure@yahoo.com

It is estimated that over 22,000 women will be diagnosed with and 14,240 women will die of cancer of the ovary in 2016.
Symptoms are few and can be vague but they are there.     Click here for information from the National Cancer Institute.
Ovarian cancer whispers...so listen!

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