Small Race Previews: 2017 Rogue River Rooster Crow 5k Run (Grants Pass) & 1-Mile/5k/10k Amy Hafer Race for Awareness (Enterprise)

Looking for a 5k this summer out at the beautiful Rogue River? Come out to the Rogue River Rooster Crow 5k Run. This race takes place on Saturday, June 24th at Rogue River Elementary. The course is an out-and-back style race described as “flat & fast” and it’s paved the whole way. There are place and participation ribbons for each age group. Please no baby joggers, headphones, or dogs.


What: Rogue River Rooster Crow 5k Run

When: June 24th, 8:00AM

Where: Rogue River Elementary School, Beck Field

Register: Here.

Registration Cost: $20 Early Registration through 6/18 ($5 off for members,) $7 for 18 & Under. $25 Day of Registration.

Packet Pick-Up: Race Day Registration and Packet Pick-Up from 6:30-7:30am.


Also on June 24th, you have the option of running the 10th Annual Amy Hafer Race for Awareness in Enterprise, OR. You have a few options for this event. There is a 1 Mile, 5k, or 10k Run as well as a 1 Mile or 5k Walk. This race honors Amy Hafer, a Wallowa resident who died of cancer at the young age of 38 in 2007, and the race promotes health and early detection through mammogram, colonoscopies, and regular check-ups. Bring the whole family for this race, which is open to all ages and abilities, and stay for the refreshments and awards.


What: Amy Hafer Race For Awareness 1 Mile, 5k & 10k

When: June 24th, 9:00AM

Where: Wallowa Memorial Hospital (601 Medical Parkway)

Register: Checks payable to WVHCF and mailed to WVHCF, PO Box 53, Enterprise, OR or Register online here.

Registration Cost: $30 with t-shirt, $20 without. $20 with t-shirt for 13 & Under, $10 without.

About Author

I'm the owner of Healthy Girl Fitness and I'm a personal trainer, certified AFAA group exercise instructor, and an RRCA certified running coach in SW Portland. I am also the mother of two young boys and am on the board at my youngest son's school. I led a relatively inactive life throughout my 20's until I discovered the world of fitness and running. I ran my first marathon in 2006 and haven't looked back since.

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