A resolution to run


Barb Slone | Greene County News The 33rd Annual New Year’s Eve 5K race, a fundraiser for the 170-member Beavercreek High School cross country team, took place Dec. 31. In addition to raising money, it offered families and fitness fanatics a chance to kick start their new year’s resolutions.

Barb Slone | Greene County News The 33rd Annual New Year’s Eve 5K race, a fundraiser for the 170-member Beavercreek High School cross country team, took place Dec. 31. In addition to raising money, it offered families and fitness fanatics a chance to kick start their new year’s resolutions.


A silent auction featured local coupons, gift certificates, gift baskets and sports gear.


Barb Slone | Greene County News The 33rd Annual New Year’s Eve 5K race, a fundraiser for the 170-member Beavercreek High School cross country team, took place Dec. 31. In addition to raising money, it offered families and fitness fanatics a chance to kick start their new year’s resolutions.


Barb Slone | Greene County News The 33rd Annual New Year’s Eve 5K race, a fundraiser for the 170-member Beavercreek High School cross country team, took place Dec. 31. In addition to raising money, it offered families and fitness fanatics a chance to kick start their new year’s resolutions.


BEAVERCREEK — The 33rd Annual New Year’s Eve 5K race took place in Beavercreek Dec. 31.

It was an important fundraiser for the 170-member Beavercreek High School cross country team, which is one of the state’s largest athletic teams. This year Greene Giving and the Rotary Club of Beavercreek donated a combined $1,500 to the event.

The event also featured a 200-meter Kids’ Fun Run for children 6 and younger and a half-mile Fun Run for children 7 -12.

“It has become an annual tradition for families and athletes of all ages and fitness levels, from elite runners, young couples with kids in strollers, and even multi-generational families walking together,” said race director Sean Barrett.

The course wound through the neighborhood near the high school and was lit with floodlights. A highlight this year was neighbors lining the route and cheering the runners on with New Years’ Eve hats and noisemakers.

The night also featured a silent auction with donations from of coupons, gift certificates, gift baskets and sports gear.

Barb Slone | Greene County News The 33rd Annual New Year’s Eve 5K race, a fundraiser for the 170-member Beavercreek High School cross country team, took place Dec. 31. In addition to raising money, it offered families and fitness fanatics a chance to kick start their new year’s resolutions.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2019/01/web1_Run01.jpgBarb Slone | Greene County News The 33rd Annual New Year’s Eve 5K race, a fundraiser for the 170-member Beavercreek High School cross country team, took place Dec. 31. In addition to raising money, it offered families and fitness fanatics a chance to kick start their new year’s resolutions.

A silent auction featured local coupons, gift certificates, gift baskets and sports gear.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2019/01/web1_Run02.jpgA silent auction featured local coupons, gift certificates, gift baskets and sports gear.

Barb Slone | Greene County News The 33rd Annual New Year’s Eve 5K race, a fundraiser for the 170-member Beavercreek High School cross country team, took place Dec. 31. In addition to raising money, it offered families and fitness fanatics a chance to kick start their new year’s resolutions.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2019/01/web1_Run03.jpgBarb Slone | Greene County News The 33rd Annual New Year’s Eve 5K race, a fundraiser for the 170-member Beavercreek High School cross country team, took place Dec. 31. In addition to raising money, it offered families and fitness fanatics a chance to kick start their new year’s resolutions.

Barb Slone | Greene County News The 33rd Annual New Year’s Eve 5K race, a fundraiser for the 170-member Beavercreek High School cross country team, took place Dec. 31. In addition to raising money, it offered families and fitness fanatics a chance to kick start their new year’s resolutions.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2019/01/web1_Run04.jpgBarb Slone | Greene County News The 33rd Annual New Year’s Eve 5K race, a fundraiser for the 170-member Beavercreek High School cross country team, took place Dec. 31. In addition to raising money, it offered families and fitness fanatics a chance to kick start their new year’s resolutions.

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