Onondaga Lake Park, Willow Bay Entrance
Under the Saw Mill Creek Pavilion
Sunday, April 13, 2014
||$20 (plus $2.50 online processing fee)*Regular registration until Friday, April 11*Registration includes commemorative tech shirt
|Race Day Registration& Packet Pick Up:||Sunday, April 13, 2014- 9:30AM Race Day Registration- 8:30AM ($25)________________________________
|Early Packet Pick Up:||Saturday, April 12, 2014Fleet Feet Sports, Clay Location10-2PMPacket Pick Up Registration ($25)|
Doggie Bandanas will be available for a $5 donation at packet pick up and on race day, while supplies last.
100% of proceeds benefit the CNYSPCA
The Six Legged 5k was established in 2009, as a way to bring awareness and support to the CNYSPCA, which was in danger of closing its doors. Over the past 5 year's, this event has raised over $28,000 for the local animal shelter.
The 3.1 mile event is an out and back untimed course on East Shore Trail at Onondaga Lake Park, starting and finishing at the Saw Mill Creek Pavilion. Runners AND walkers are encouraged to participate with their 4-legged friends.
5th Annual 6 Legged 5k Raises Almost $10,000 for the CNY SPCA
This year 250 people and 150 dogs had their feet and paws on the start line for the fifth annual Six-Legged 5K Run and Walk to benefit the CNY SPCA on Sunday April 28, 2013 at Onondaga Lake Park. The participants combined to donate $9,687 to the CNY SPCA.
The 3.1-mile course went out and back on the East Shore Trail of Onondaga Lake Park, starting and finishing by the Saw Mill Creek Pavilion. The first finishers were Steve Hicks of Dewitt and his four legged companion in a time of 16 minutes and 54 seconds.
Thank you to Leone Timing for provided their services on race day, Top Stitch for creating the t-shirt design as well as Saucony for their support.
Thank you also to the following vendors for making this event fun for owners and pets alike:Cute! Pet GearLoki GirlA Dogs Day Out GroomingWegmans – Food Donation
For more information please contact Ashley Demers at email@example.com
Joe Kula and his dog Curtis