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April 24, 2014
Sign up SOON to secure your place in the race! It’s capped at 4000 and we sold out early last year. You’ll want to be wearing one these race bibs on Mother’s Day! Register HERE.
April 23, 2014
We couldn’t do it without you! Please consider helping 4000 women get a head start on a Happy Mother’s Day. Some examples of volunteer jobs are:
- Course Monitors: watch out for participants on the course
- Packet Pick Up: assign race bib and t-shirts
- Aid Stations: hand out water on the course
- Food Tent: set up and serve refreshments
See the complete list of volunteer needs and sign up here!
April 21, 2014
To celebrate 10 years of fun, we have an extra gift this year for each of the 4,000 women and girls who make our race so special. Don’t miss out on the 2014 MD5K cinch bag with this year’s awesome daisy!
April 20, 2014
It’s big, bright and beautiful. Check it out driving southbound on 1-35 at Roe. Thanks to Shawnee Mission Health, our presenting sponsor, for this and so much more!
April 18, 2014
Do you watch too much HGTV? Here’s something you can do with all that pent-up creativity. Decorated potties are a beloved tradition at the MD5K, and we invite you to take part! We have 40 potties that need some help being beautiful. And this year we have two great top prizes: 1) a 4-hour house cleaning from Cleaning Authority, or 2) $25 in movie passes if you enter the kids’ bracket. Yes, you can even volunteer for more than one! Please sign up here and join the fun! More details 2014 Portapot Flyer
February 26, 2014
Did you see a glow on the horizon last week? The tiaras have arrived! We give one to each of our 4,000 participants, and that’s a lot of sparkle. Yours will be waiting for you at Packet Pick Up. Girls of all ages look great in tiaras!
February 19, 2014
Every MD5K entrant gets a custom-made charm when she crosses our Finish Line. We create a new design each year to match our daisy logo, and have them cast in jewelry-quality pewter. Then we string them on a satin cord necklace just for you.
Some women wear them as is, some add them to a bracelet or key ring. We wanted to give you something different than a medal — something you might actually wear again!
Here are some charms from past years, and a peek at the 2014 model.