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7th Annual Hog Jog – Pork For A Cause

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7th Annual Hog Jog – Pork For A Cause

Time: June 19, 2012 from 3pm to 8:30pm
Location: Stratford Rotary Complex
Website or Map: http://www.hogjog.ca
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: Ontario Pork
Latest Activity: Jun 11, 2012

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Event Description

Register

To register online for the 2012 HogJog in support of ONE CARE Home and Community Support Services’ Meals on Wheels Program click herehttp://www.onlineregistrations.ca/hogjog/

For a registration form please download here if you need additional pledge sheets click here

Sponsor a participant

Use your credit card to sponsor a participant by clicking here

Route

The 5k run has been replaced with a traffic friendlier 3.5 km run / walk

Both the 3.5k & 10k runners and walkers depart from the back of the Rotary Complex site through the ball diamonds at the old Fairgrounds.

The 10Km route runs through the trails of the Old Grove. This route is an interesting and challenging course with a combination of road and trails.

Route Map

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Race Start

Stratford Rotary Complex 
353 McCarthy Road, Stratford
Directions


Weaner Run ................................ 5:45 pm
Warm up with Body Moves.............. 6:15 pm
10k run 3.5k run/walk.................... 6:30 pm 
Awards Presentation ..................... 8:15 pm

Weaner Run

The Weaner Run is a 500 meter run for ages 6 and under.
Register for this free event at the Hog Jog booth on race
day between 2:00 and 5:15 pm.

Hog Jog Course Description

- Start/Finish at the Pork Congress Site
- Run through old Fairgrounds into Britannia Street
- Turn Right, then Right again onto Briarhill 
- Continue on Briarhill to the turn around point
- ** At Britannia 10 k runners cross in to school grounds.  3.5 km runners return to the Start / Finish line
- Follow markings to Avondale Ave 
- Follow Avondale Ave across Huron Street 
- Enter the Cemetery and turn left out John street turn right on sidewalk 
- After the bridge Turn right into the T.J.Dolan Old Grove
- Follow marked trails through the Old Grove
- After treatment plant turn left to the Hill Loop
- Turn left on marked trails
- Return on trails to the Start/Finish area

Water Stations

Water stations will be located along course. 

Awards

Join us post race for awards ceremony. Awards to top pledge raisers. Awards to 1st place male and female runners in age categories.

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