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Our Mission:
Benefit for Steve Norvitch

   Our Goal: $5,000 | Amount Raised: $5,920 | Funded: 118.4%
  Please Note: Amount raised includes race registration fees and fundraising totals.
Anchor of Hope 5K
Date: 5/23/2020
Start Time: 09:00:00
Price: $35 - increases to $35 on 5/23/2020


2nd Annual Anchor of Hope 5k Run/Walk   DUE TO OUR CURRENT SITUATION THIS IS NOW A VIRTUAL RACE, in honor of Steve and Sherry Norvitch.  Steve and Sherry have been married for 40 years and are parents of 3 and Grandparent to 3.  On July 5, 2019 Steve was diagnosed with stage 4, pancreatic cancer and has been undergoing pallative chemo therapy.  Steve worked in the family business, prior to becoming co-owner for over 40 years He was a Firefighter for the City of Mt. Iron for 22 years, being Assistant Fire Chief for 19 of those years.   Steve and Sherry appreciate the tremendous support that has been shown to them.  Steve also desires to share the proceeds with others who are also fighting cancer, Angel Fund and Care Partners. PACKET PICK WILL BE AVAILABLE ON ORIGINAL RACE DAY FROM 9-11am with curbside option.  Thank you for your continued support!  

Race will begin at the library in old downtown Mt. Iron at 5742 Mountain Ave. Mt. Iron MN. 55768.  Packet pickup will also be at this location and begin at 7:30 am the day of the race.  Registration is $30.00 increasing to $35.00 on May 1, 2020.  Registration includes T-shirt and chip timed bib.  T-shirts gauranteed when registered online by May 15th. Race will begin at 9 am, with coffee and pastries available before the race.  Burgers and hotdogs will be  grilled by the Mt. Iron Fire Department and Triple Crown Catering and available for purchase at the finish in the park from 10am -12-pm. 

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