Paw-louse 5k Fun Run and Walk
Saturday June 29, 2019
A FUN RUN/WALK TO BENEFIT THE ANIMALS!
Join HSoP and fellow animal lovers during our annual fun-run and walk event. Each year, the Paw-Louse Fun Run and Walk raises community awareness and funds for the homeless companion animals of Latah County.
Hundreds of two-legged runners and walkers accompanied by their four-legged companions partake in the fun as they race for a great cause.
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Saturday, June 29th
Registration begins at 8:00 a.m.
Race begins at 9:00 a.m.
Paw-lause 5K takes place along Paradise Path through Moscow starting at the University of Idaho Sweet Avenue parking lot also known as Blue Lot #60 on the corner of Railroad and Sweet Avenue. In the lawn in front of the Transit Center located at 1006 Railroad Street.
5K (3.1 mile) run-walk.
To raise awareness about HSoP, promote community involvement, and to raise funds for the homeless dogs and cats!
Pre-registration is $20 and guarantees a commemorative shirt
Late registration (after June 1st) is $20 and does not guarantee a shirt..
A post run snack will be provided to all participants.
Dogs are welcome and invited to join, but aren't required.
Water stations will be located along the course.
Route will be along paradise path, chipman trail and sidewalks through campus. All road crossings will be managed by at least 1 person to control traffic and marked with a small sandwich board with an arrow of which direction to continue in.
At the intersection of 6th and Deakin all runners will be required to use the lighted crosswalk signs, this will be reinforced by event staff.
Intersections that will be managed by event staff:
1. 8th St and Railroad
2. 6th and Deakin (event staff will manage participants following lighted crosswalk sign at this intersection)
3. 3rd and Line
4. Stadium drive (at point that paradise path crosses near Pullman Highway)
5. Stadium and 6th
6. 6th and Line
These intersections will have at least 1 person to help ensure that participants can safely cross streets with limited interruption of vehicular traffic.
The yellow circles indicate all road crossings. There will be a water station at the start/finish, as well as one along the route. Both for our human participants and our canine friends.