Race Preview: 2018 Run for the Law: A Country United 5k/10k (Grants Pass)

Portland’s unofficial race season is coming soon, so consider Run for the Law: A Country United in Grants Pass on March 3rd. You have the option of a 10k run or a 5k walk/run, and there’s also a Kids Dash! Proceeds from this event will benefit the nonprofit organization Securing Our Safety, which finds alternative funding in Josephine County for law enforcement.

The races start and end at Club Northwest on Vine Street in Grants Pass. The Kid’s Dash will begin at 8:30AM and the other races will begin at 9:00AM. If you’d like to check out the course maps, they are available here.

This event has cash prizes for 1st and 2nd place in gender for both the 5k and 10k. There will also be medals for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in gender is each age category. Kid’s Dash participants will all receive ribbons.

The cost of the race is only $20 for the 5k and 10k, or $15 for ages 17 and younger. The Kid’s Dash is FREE! There is a $5 late fee if you choose to register the day of the race. If you’d like a shirt, long-sleeved dry wick shirts are $15 for adults and $10 for kids, and they are only guaranteed to be available until February 16, as there will be a limited supply on race day.

Register today and get those running shoes ready!



What: 2018 Run For The Law: A Country United 10k Run, 5k Walk/Run, & Kids Dash

When: Saturday, March 3rd, 2018 at 8:30AM

Where: Club Northwest, (2160 NW Vine St., Grants Pass, OR)

Register: Here 

Registration Cost: $20 for Adults and $15 for kids (ages 17 & under) for 5k and 10k. Kid’s Dash (12 & under) is FREE. Prices increase $5 on race day. Shirts are also available until Feb 16, $15 for adults, $10 for kids.

Packet Pick-Up: March 2nd at Club NW from 2:00PM-7:00PM

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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