Join the members of Plymouth Crime & Fire Prevention Fund (PC&FPF), the Plymouth Firefighters, and the Medicine Lake Run Group for the
15th Annual 5K Run/Walk and Kids Fun Run on Saturday, September 28th, 2019
at Plymouth Fire Station 2, 12000 Old Rockford Road (Old Rockford Road & Larch Lane).  The 3.1 mile course is laid out south of the Fire Station on neighborhood city streets with gently rolling hills.

 Online registration available at – https://runsignup.com/Race/MN/Plymouth/PlymouthFirefighters5k

Register early!  All registrations include a long sleeved t-shirt
– Registrations received by Sept. 15th are $20
– Registrations received by Thursday, September 26th are eligible for door prizes!
– Registration received September 16th or after, and Race Day $25

Register By Mail – Make check payable to Plymouth Crime & Fire Prevention Fund
send to Plymouth Firefighters 5K, C/O Running Ventures, PO Box 27493, Golden Valley, MN 55427

Awards will be given to the top three Men, Women, and Firefighters!  The Race will be Timed

Kids Fun Run is Free and online and race day registration is available
– Half or full mile options
– All kids will receive a gift when crossing the finish line

Schedule of Events

7:30 – 8:45 am  –  5K Race Day Registration & Pre-Registered Check-In
8:30 am   –  5K Warm-up
8:50 am  –  Proceed to Start
8:55 am  –  National Anthem
9:00 am  –  Plymouth Firefighters 5K Run / Walk
7:30 – 9:45 am  –  Kids Fun Run Race Day Registration & Pre-Registered Check-In
10:00 am  –  Plymouth Firefighters Kids Fun Run

All proceeds from this event will benefit the Plymouth Crime & Fire Prevention Fund (PC&FPF), a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all volunteer
organization made up of Plymouth residents and business persons whose mission is to partner with the Plymouth Public Safety Department to identify, develop, and support special initiatives that reduce crime and enhance safety in our community.

For more information:   email Jackie at plymouthcrimefire@gmail.com  or  email Nissa at runningventures.com

 

We were privileged to present scholarships yesterday to two of our Plymouth Firefighters, from the Corky Ornburg Scholarship Fund, which was most recently funded by Corky’s wife, Margaret, and son, Jeffrey, in his memory.  Corky was a founding member of PC&FPF, and served as Treasurer for 40 years until his passing on January 25, 2018.  He was recognized with the “Public Safety Legacy Award” by Public Safety Director, Mike Goldstein, in 2017.

Adam Kragthorpe & Jeremiah Steele, met all of the criteria to qualify for their scholarships, and both are pursuing their Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Certification. With these skills, they will be able to provide on the scene, immediate medical care to patients in emergency situations, which will be a tremendous asset to our city!  Congratulations Adam & Jeremiah!