Harvest Haul 5K & 1.5mi Family Walk
PRESENTED BY RYAN FIRE PROTECTION
The Harvest Haul 5K & 1.5mi Family Walk was created to assist Hamilton County Harvest Food bank with funds generated from runners and local sponsors like you who want to support their community.
Join us on June 16, 2018 at 8:00 a.m. at Forest Park in Noblesville. Bring your entire family and enjoy a morning of fun, running, and raffles offered by our generous local sponsors. All race proceeds support the Hamilton County Harvest Food Bank.
The Harvest Haul 5K & 1.5mi Family Walk begins and ends in Noblesville’s Forest Park. There is no age minimum for this race and strollers/pets are welcome!
AT A GLANCE
Race cost is $20 per entrant and includes an event t-shirt
Race Day Registration will be available for $25
Registration must be received by June 1 to guarantee your t-shirt size!
Packet pick up location TBD, but will be available prior to the race and also on race morning.
Support Hamilton County Harvest Food Bank
All proceeds from the Harvest Haul benefit Hamilton County Harvest Food Bank (HCHFB). To learn more about the HCHFB and the programs and initiatives view the HCHFB page on this site, and/or head on over to our main webpage using the button below.
if you aren’t a runner and would like to support HCHFB, please consider making a donation directly to HCHFB or volunteering for this event. All persons wishing to volunteer for this event should our HCHFB Volunteers Coordinator.
Public parking is available on a limited basis at the event location, Forest Park. Parking is also available in downtown Noblesville. Additional directions and maps will be provided here prior to race day.
The 5K Run & 1.5mi Family Walk begins at 8:30 a.m. in Forest Park. The courses are timed for accuracy. And, the finish line officially closes at 12:00 p.m. (4 hours).
Tables will be set up in Forest Park for first aid, post-race refreshments, and local vendor offerings. Water, lavatories, and race route markets will be available along the course. View the course map for specific table locations.
Strollers are allowed on the Run/Walk. Runners of any age may participate in the Harvest Haul 5K Run & 1.5mi Family Walk.
Headphones are allowed during the race. Participants who choose to wear headphones are expected to be aware of the changing road/race conditions as well as fellow runners.
Any runner or walker who is felt to be posing a safety concern to other participants, or himself, may be removed from the race at the discretion of the Race Directors.
Pets are allowed, however we ask that those participating with pets and/or strollers please start toward the back. Non-race participants will not be allowed in the runner’s finish area.
Meet Our Race Directors, Jessica & Jay Robinson
Jessica and Jay were married in 2013 at the Indianapolis Zoo, and they have lived in Noblesville for four years. They have two daughters, Ella and Annabell, who are discovering their own love for running.
Jessica Robinson grew up in Peru, Ind., and graduated from the University of Indianapolis with a degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice. She currently works in Noblesville in the Insurance field. She has been running for approximately four years, but has become more of a serious runner in the past two, changing running from a hobby to a passion. She focuses mostly on shorter distances, but completed her first half marathon this past fall at the Monumental Marathon downtown Indy. Her next races are the Tenacious Ten in Seattle WA and the Maley 5k downtown in July. Jessica is an Indiana team leader for Oiselle Volee, an international all women running team created by the Oiselle clothing company based out of Seattle.
Jay Robinson grew up in Wheatland, Ind., and he graduated from Indiana University with a degree in Business. He works in the Keystone at the Crossing area in the Insurance field. Running has been Jay’s passion from an early age, running both track and cross country since the age of 12. He’s completed approximately 30 half marathons in various states including the 500 Festival Mini-Marathon. He has also complete five full marathons including the Indianapolis Marathon, Memphis St. Jude Marathon, West Palm Beach Marathon, Wright Patterson Air Force Marathon, and Monumental Marathon. Jay is currently training for Carmel Marathon at the end of March & will be completing his first Ultra Marathon this May at the Ice Age 50 Miler in Wisconsin. He is a former and current 500 Festival Mini-Marathon Ambassador.