Thanks for a successful 2019 run!
CHECK BACK IN SUMMER 2020 FOR INFORMATION ABOUT NEXT YEAR'S RUN
RACE THE MAZE
There is no other race like this in the Basin! You will race across gorgeous farmland and through actual portions of the corn maze (mud permitting)! You will brave uneven terrain, dirt roads, and maybe even some cow deposits. Prepare to be a-maze-d!
The race this year will be a FUN RUN without posted timings or awards. Instead, each registrant will receive a ticket for a prize drawing.
Packet Pickup and Race-day Registration will be held September 21 from 9:30-10:15 AM at The Maze. The pumpkin cannon will officially start both races at 10:30 AM.
5k or 1 Mile Adult Early Registration Fee: $20 (If registered by September 9, t-shirt is guaranteed. Later registrants will receive t-shirts while supplies last.)
5k or 1 Mile Child Early Registration Fee (ages 10 and younger): $10 (Again, t-shirt is guaranteed only if registered by September 9.)
5k or 1 Mile Adult Race-Day Registration Fee: $25
5k or 1 Mile Child Race-Day Registration Fee (ages 10 and younger): $15
Online registration closes Thursday, September 19 at 10:00 P.M. Later registrants can register at the Maze on Race Day with the Race-Day Registration fee.
Each registrant will receive a voucher for his or her complimentary entrance to The Maze valid only September 21. So feel free to stay and play all day!
*With online registration, if you register someone else who is over 18, they will need to electronically sign the participation waiver.
proceeds to benefit amber olson FAmily
Amber Olson of Manti, UT, wife of Garrett and mother of five beautiful children ages 4 - 14, woke up with a severe headache on June 3rd. On June 8th she was diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer. On June 9th doctors performed emergency brain surgery to remove a stage 4 glioblastoma brain tumor in which they removed 2/3 of Amber's left front lobe. In an effort to retain vital areas of the brain controlling speech and central-nervous-system centers they were not able to remove all of the tumor. After recovering from brain surgery Amber underwent a six week regimen of radiation and chemotherapy treatment in an effort to shrink the remaining tumor. She will likely follow a regimen of chemotherapy for the rest of her life. Her family is praying for a positive outcome.
Before her diagnosis with cancer Amber was fully engaged in taking care of not only her family, but many others in her community as well. Throughout this struggle Amber has been kind, gentle and positive. She is an example to all around her.
Medical bills for brain surgery, hospital stays, medication, radiation and chemotherapy have been ominous. Dealing with a such a life changing event is enough in itself. This year we would like to benefit Amber and her family. This year let's run for Amber!