In honor of Audrey Griffin:
Audrey Griffin wore many hats in Oak Grove, She was Car Show Chairman, served as alderman and was mayor of Oak Grove from April 1992- to December 1993. But we all know and remember her as Race Director of the Paul Revere Run since 1983. She was the director for 20 years and her granddaughter ran in that run since she was the age of 5. Audrey Griffin passed away in November of 2010 and her granddaughter decided she had to keep her grandmother's dream going. Her granddaughter, Jana has now stepped into her grandmother's running shoes and takes the lead in keeping her legacy alive.
This is a registered event and a NEW 10K Route was created in 2019
Event details and schedule
Packet pickup & same day registration 6:00- 7:15 am
Introduction at 7:15 am
Both the 5K and 10K races begin at 7:30 am
** NEW 10K route was created in 2019**
T-shirts are guaranteed to pre-registered participants only
Free refreshments provided at end of race
Awards will be presented as soon as possible after the race to the top 3 finishers in the following age categories, male and female.
(12 and under) (13-19) (20-29) (30-39) (40-49) (50-59) (60 and over)
to the youngest and oldest:
Overall male/female winners of the 10th annual 5K & 10K run/walk will not be eligible for 5K & 10K age group awards.
The race director reserves the right to modify the number of awards in age group categories according to the number of entries. Sorry, no separate awards for walkers.
Due to Covid-19 Guidelines, the Audrey Griffin Run will need to take measures in
order to keep everyone safe for the upcoming event that will take place on June
To help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, Please stay home if you feel sick.
To help keep Social Distancing: Everyone will need to stay 6 ft apart and wear a
mask on site at all times in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
At the registration table. The tables will be 6 ft apart one for 5K and one for 10K.
Runners can fill out their registration forms with a clean pen that they can grab
from the clean pen jar, and will then dispose the used pen in the dirty pen jar.
All Runners will need to wear a mask at the starting line and can remove their
mask once social distanced during the race, and will need to replace their mask at
the finish line.
Water bottles will be on the tables for the runners to grab on their own at the
water stations, along with at the finish line.
Volunteers at the finish line, will wear rubber gloves when grabbing race bib
numbers from the runners.
Refreshments will be provided at the end of the race. We are still working on
ideas to keep it safe for our runners. Yogurt and bananas will still be provided
due to those items being sealed in a container or in a banana peel to help prevent
the spread of coronavirus