Join your fellow runners and walkers for the third annual Purple Parade benefiting Destroy Pancreatic Cancer. Your participation will provide real hope to pancreatic cancer patients in the Atlanta area. Currently, pancreatic cancer is the only cancer with a single-digit five-year survival rate—only 9% of patients survive five years. But when patients are treated under a clincial trial, survival rates double. We're on a mission to destroy this disease by funding clinical trials in Atlanta, and we hope that you'll help by joining us on May 18, 2019 at 8:00 AM.
The race route is on Etris Road in Roswell. It's a fast route, which is great for serious runners. It's also a beautiful route for avid walkers and children!
Registered participants get a great looking t-shirt and a purple drawstring backpack!
Parking is available in the Sweet Apple Elementary parking lot.
The event is timed and medals are given to the top finishers in each age category.
Event details and scheduleEVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT RACE DAY
Date and Time of Race:
Saturday, May 18, 2019—8:00 AM
7:00 AM: Runners can begin picking up their race packets and t-shirts. Please pickup your packet no later than 7:45 AM.
7:45 AM: Pre-race presentation
8:00 AM: Race start time
Post race: Awards
Sweet Apple Elementary
12025 Etris Rd, Roswell, GA 30075
Race will be held rain or shine! Everyone’s welcome, but please leave your pets at home.
PRE-RACE DAY PACKET PICKUP
To be announced soon.
We’re here to answer your questions. Please contact:
Race Director at 404.591.4182 or email@example.com
Find more information about Destroy Pancreatic Cancer at destroypancreaticcancer.org
Traffic and road closure information for residents in the area:
Etris Road will be closed to northbound traffic from Hardscrabble Road to Cox Road and all lanes of Etris Road will be closed from Crabapple Road to Hardscrabble Road starting at 7:20 am. The race will start at Sweet Apple Elementary School at 7:30 a.m.
Runners will use the northbound travel lanes on Etris Road for the entire race — running to Cox Road and then back to finish at the elementary school. The southbound lane of Etris Road will be open to vehicular traffic during the race.
Police officers will be stationed at key intersections and subdivisions to facilitate traffic flow and safety. Roads will be reopened around 9 am. to 9:15 a.m.
For more information about the race, visit destroypancreaticcancer.org
Additional Notes from our Traffic Operations Manager for Homeowners in Subdivisions along Etris Road:
Homeowners in the subdivisions on Etris Rd. can turn and exit towards Hardscrabble Rd. Homeowners that need to come in during the race can use Cox Rd. to enter onto Etris Rd. Please tell the officer on post where you are going.
Edenwilde will need to enter/exit via their main entrance on Arnold Mill Rd.
Cagle will have to use Arnold Mill Rd.
NB Hardscrabble Rd will detour onto Chaffin Rd.
SB Hardscrabble will be closed at Crabapple Rd.
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