|Benefitting: ||Proceeds benefit the family of Rowan Rieve|
|Time: ||7:00 a.m. - Registration/Check In Begins|
|8:00 a.m. - 5K Begins|
|9:00 a.m. - Fun Run begins|
|Cost: ||Super Early Bird - $28 - on or before March 1st|
|Early Bird 5K - $30 - March 2nd - April 15th|
|5K - $33 - After April 15th|
|5K - $35 - Day of the Event|
|$18 - Fun Run|
|$95.00 - Early Bird - Family Discount Rate Families of 4 |
Family Discount Details
FundRacers is happy to offer families a discount on registration for this race. The discount applies when you register 4 people. You don't have to do anything to request the discount. The discount is calculated automatically by our system, and will show up in your order basket once the 4th person is added to your registration.
Keep in mind the discount applies only to the first 4 people you register. After that, registration charges are calculated at the regular price in effect at the time you submit your registration.
The family discount only applies when 4 people are registered for the same event. While we encourage families to take advantage of the discount, please keep in mind that any discounts provided can adversely affect the amount of money raised for the event's cause.
|North Gwinnett Church|
4973 West Price Road
|Course Info: ||Run starts and finishes at North Gwinnett Church running down West Price Road and onto Level Creek Road in Suwanee. |
|Awards: ||Join us for our 11th Scamper against Cancer Ansley Arnette Memorial 5K and Rev it for Rowan!
It will be a fun morning of music, doorprizes, awards and of course "Revving it for Rowan" down Level Creek Road!
Medals will be given to the top three in male and female five year increment categories from 10 and under all the way to 75 and up. Trophies will be given to the top overall male and female winners as well as Masters Male and Masters Female winner and Grand Master Male and Female. |
|Just after turning 8 years old, Rowan Rieve was diagnosed with a medulloblastoma, a malignant brain tumor. He had two quick neurosurgeries at Children's Hospital of Atlanta-Scottish Rite to relieve pressure from built-up spinal fluid and remove the golf ball-sized tumor. After the "evil golf ball" was out of his head, Rowan relearned how to walk and talk, and then he headed into six weeks of daily radiation treatment for his head and spine. His chemotherapy started alongside radiation, taking more than a year to complete nine cycles. Now, the port in his chest that quickly delivered the chemo medicine throughout his body has been surgically removed, and Rowan is a happy fourth grader at Sugar Hill Elementary! Throughout this process, Rowan has been and is surrounded by the love of his family, friends, churches, neighbors, teachers and more precious people. He has never been alone and he is not just a survivor--Rowan is thriving, growing and making the most out of every day!|
|Just after turning 8 years old, Rowan Rieve from Sugar Hill was diagnosed with a medulloblastoma, a malignant brain tumor.|