The Be A Super Hero for SAFE is a mile-long obstacle race set up for individuals or teams of five. Teens age 13-17 will be turned loose on the course first, in waves, followed by the adult participants’ waves. Please note that 14th Ave. will be CLOSED to traffic on race day, so SAFE has arranged parking in the south lot at Sweet Home High School, the City Hall Parking lot, and in the Evangelical Church lot. You can also find street parking around the area.
When: Saturday, April 30, 2016
What time: The first wave will start at 10a (registration/check in opens at 9a)
Register: Online as an individual for $45 if you’re 18 or older and $35 if you’re 13-17. Teams of 5 can sign up for $200.
The challenges themselves aren’t revealed, but the race’s website encourages those curious folks who like hints to check out the event facebook page.
The event offers every registrant who signs up before April 20 a “Survivor shirt,” and kiddos 12 and younger that show up dressed as their favorite Super Hero will take home a goody bag and a special award.
Sponsors of Be a Super Hero for SAFE include the A&W Restaurant, offering a Root Beer Garden; Sportsman Holiday Court, providing finisher medals; and The Point Restaurant, who will create a taco/nacho bar for participants.