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Running for the Mental Health Awareness, One Mile at a Time

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Congratulations to all the participants! Thank you to all the volunteers you helped us put on an excellent event! Thank you to everyone for supporting us and Defeat the Stigma Project!

We are pleased to announce we raised over $300 that will be donated this year. Over the past two years over $1,300 has been raised for Defeat the Stigma Project.

Follow us at Defeat the Stigma Project as we run across Wisconsin this week.
Race Details

When: Sunday, May 1st
What: 10k and 5k
Where: Whitetail Woods Regional Park, Farmington, MN
Start Time: 8:00am for 10k, 8:15am for 5k
Time Limit: 10k - 1.5 hours, 5k - None

Online (Open until 11:59pm on Friday, April 29th)
-10k $35, 5k $25 through January 31st
-10k $40, 5k $30 through April 29th

Race Day - 10k $50, 5k $35

All participants will receive awesome swag including a sweet Stigma Breakers shirt!

NEW: The races will be chip-timed this year.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Defeat the Stigma Project to continue working towards ending the stigma of mental illness.

If you are unable to participate, cheer or volunteer and would like to support Defeat the Stigma Project you can make a donation.
Entry fee are non-refundable and non-transferrable

Race Day Timeline :

7:00am Bib Pick Up/Race Day Registration Begins
8:00am 10k Starts
8:15am 5k Starts
9:25am Stigma Breakers Presentation Begins
9:35am Speaker: Dr. Andrea Zuellig, Melrose Center
9:45am Awards Presented

Awards will be give to the top 3 runner in each race for males/females and open/masters.

Masters category is defined as runners age 40 or above as of race day.

There is no double dipping, meaning a master runner only wins for the master category.

Awards will be handcrafted by Defeat the Stigma Project founder and woodworker extraordinaire Julio Salazar!

Post Race:
After the race there will be:
Drawing for swag from our sponsors!
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