Mission City Run 2011

Sunday, May 1, 2011   8:00 am
California's Great America 4701 Great America Pkwy
Santa Clara , CA

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Fees:

See detailed information below

Entry Fees:

Individual 5K or 1 mile Kids Run
$40 until April 15th, $45 until April 30th, $50 on race day

Individual 10K
$40 until April 15th, $45 until April 30th, $50 on race day

5K or 10K Corporate Team (4 racers per team)
$150 until April 15th, $155 until April 30th

5K Family rate ( 4 Max )
$100 until April 15th, $105 until April 30th

1 Mile Kids Run or 5K (12 and Under)
$20 until April 15th, $25 until April 30th, $30 on race day

Registration:

You can still register:

Register at Packet Pick Up at Sports Basement - Sunnyvale on Saturday, April 30; 11am - 4pm

Register Race Morning at Great America: 6:30 - 7:45 AM

Packet Pick Up:

You may pick up your t-shirt, bib number and timing chip at Sports Basement in Sunnyvale (1177 Kern Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94085) on Saturday, April 30th from 11am to 4pm. If you are unable to pick up on Saturday, you may also pick up on race day, at Great America, from 6:30 - 7:45 AM.

Start Times:

All races (5K, 10K, 1 Mile) start together at 8:00 AM.

Parking:

Parking will be free at Great America for race participants until 7:30 AM on Sunday. Arrive early!

Event Description:

Try our new 10K course through California's Great America and out onto the San Tomas Aquino Creek Trail or our 5K races which are now chip timed! We also have our always family friendly one mile fun run or walk through California's Great America, Northern California's best amusement park. All runners will receive the following with their registration: • A complimentary pass to California's Great America, valid on race day • A race t-shirt * • A finisher medal* • Raffle entry for prizes

*While supplies last Money raised will be used to help fund important community programs benefitting Education, Seniors and Veterans of Santa Clara County. The MCCF is a 501(c)3 tax exempt non-profit with an all-volunteer organization whose board of directors serve for a minimum of three years. Because they have no paid staff, all the money MCCF raises goes directly to the organizations we support. When you donate to the MCCF you can be confident that local organizations get maximum benefit -- 100 percent -- from your donation. Our objective is simple: enriching the quality of life in the Silicon Valley. We focus on five areas of giving: social services, education, health care, theater and arts, and the environment. Over the years, the MCCF has supported hundreds of nonprofit organizations and enabled them to expand and enhance their services to the residents of Santa Clara and Silicon Valley. Here are some examples of the MCCF grant recipients: Second Harvest Food Bank, Inn Vision, Habitat for Humanity, Housing Trust of Santa Clara Valley, Bill Wilson Center, Hope Services, Senior Housing, Child Advocates, Pacific Autism Center for Education, Emergency Housing Consortium, Meals on Wheels, Junior Achievement of Silicon Valley, Library Foundation, Parents Helping Parents, Special Olympics, Palo Alto Veterans Hospital and many more.

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