Denison 5Knobel "Moving Together to Form a Stronger Community"
The Denison University Athletic Department is hosting the 2nd Annual Denison 5Knobel Moving Together to Form a Stronger Community!
The Denison 5Knobel celebrates initiatives within the Denison and Granville communities. Each year we will honor individuals and initiatives important to our combined communities. This year the Denison 5Knobel is honoring long time community member Ted Barclay, Denison student Spencer Greene, and Allison Knobel Sitton. Proceeds from the 5K will benefit the Ted Barclay International Student Scholarship Fund, Spencer Greene Oligo Brain Tumor Research Fund, and the Allison Knobel Sitton Scholarship Fund.
What: Denison 5Knobel Moving Together to Form a Stronger Community
Participants are able to choose between a 1.5 mile walk or a 3.1 mile run. You may also sign up with friends to create a team! The running course will be a 3.1 mile course guiding the participant through Denison’s campus. The walking course will be 1.5 miles also on Denison’s campus. A map will be posted at the starting location.
Date: Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Time: Race day registration and packet pick up will begin at 4:30pm, the run/walk will kick off at 5:30pm.
Cost: Runner: $25.00, Walker: $20.00, Student Runner: $20.00, Student Walker $15.00 (children under the age of 12 are free and must be accompanied by a participating adult)
Location: The race will begin at Lamson Lodge, Denison University, Granville, OH 43023. Located adjacent to the Mitchell Athletic Center Tennis Courts.
Registration:Event day registration and packet pick up will begin at 4:30pm and the run/walk will kick off at 5:30pm. Pre-register by April 15th in order to ensure your Denison 5Knobel T-shirt as T-shirt supplies will be limited to a first-come-first-serve basis at the event.
Awards: Running awards will be given to the individual winner of each age group!
Donations are always welcome! Anyone and everyone may participate and fundraise! We hope to see you there for the 2nd Annual Denison 5Knobel Moving Together to Form a Stronger Community!
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The Denison 5Knobel celebrates the Denison and Granville communities moving together to form a stronger community. This year the 2nd Annual Denison 5Knobel is honoring the Allison Knobel Sitton Scholarship Fund, International Student Scholarship Fund in honor of Ted Barclay, and Spencer Greene Oligo Brain Tumor Research Fund.
Proceeds from the Denison 5Knobel will benefit the below funds. If you would like to donate additional money above and beyond the entry fee, the address is provided below for the respective initiatives.
The International Student Scholarship Fund: In honor and memory of Ted Barclay, the 2nd Annual Denison 5Knobel will celebrate the coach, administrator, friend as well as an active community member. Barclay spent 35 years at Denison, retiring in 1997 with the rank of associate professor emeritus. Over the span, he served as the head coach for six different Big Red varsity programs. In 1979, he was appointed director of men’s athletics, a post he held for 12 years. The funds from this event will provide assistance to international students. Additional donations may be sent to: The International Student Scholarship Fund In Honor of Ted Barclay, c/o Denison University, P.O. Box 716, Granville, OH 43023.
The Oligo Research Fund: Spencer Greene, a Denison University senior, has been diagnosed with oligodendroglioma (Oligo), a rare type of brain tumor. While Oligos represent less than 5% of brain tumors, it is actually one of the more common ones since there are over 100 different types of brain tumors. There are no known cures and no effective treatment options, other than surgery. Oligos tend to grow slowly and as a result people with these tumors have an average life expectancy of 10 years, though there is fairly broad range. In July of 2011, the National Brain Tumor Society (NBTS) launched the Oligo Research Fund. Oligo Nation and NBTS work closely to build support for Oligo research and all fundraising efforts of Oligo Nation have been directed into this fund. Additional donations may be sent to:The Oligo Research Fund, c/o Denison University, P.O. Box 716, Granville, OH 43023
Allison Knobel Sitton Endowed Scholarship Fund: In 2011, former Denison President Dale Knobel and wife Tina Knobel lost their daughter, Allison Knobel Sitton, after a seven-year battle with breast cancer. In her honor, the Allison Knobel Sitton Endowed Scholarship Fund provides assistance to Denison female students based on financial need. Additional donations may be sent to: Allison Knobel Sitton Endowed Scholarship Fund, c/o Denison University, P.O. Box 716, Granville, OH 43023