Unedited preview video from the 2019 Runnin O’ The Green is now airing on CSi TV 10 – The Replay Channel.   Photos from the Run are posted at Facebook.com/TheReplayChannel .  Like, Tag, & Share.

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Previously reported:   Jamestown  (CSi)  Sat March 23 marks the 41st Runnin O’ The Green fundraiser through Jamestown.  Organizer and founder of the original event, The Not So Famous River Run, that evolved into the Runnin’ O’ The green, Larry Knoblich says no specific the goal is mind this year.

On The Wayne Byers Show on CSi Cable 2 Larry said, dollars raised go to support Camp Grassick, serving both mentally and physically challenged individuals and selected local cancer patients .

In 2018 $40,000 was raised for Camp Grassick, $10,000 for local cancer patients.

The list of cancer patients to receive the funds comes by “word of mouth,” by contacting Larry Knoblich.

More story below photos.

 

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Photo Album 2018 at FACEBOOK – Like – Tag – Share

Photo Album 2017  ONLINE at FACEBOOK – Like – Tag – Share

Photo Album 2016 Runnin O’ The Green at Facebook

Photo Album 2015 Runnin O’ The Green at Facebook

Photo Album 2014 Runnin O’ The Green at Facebook 

Photo Album 2013  Runnin O’ The Green at Facebook

Photo Album 2012  Runnin O’ The Green at Facebook

Chapter 1 Video from 2017 Runnin O’the Green 
 

He adds, that over the years, $340,000 have been donated to Camp Grassick, and $105,000 to local cancer patients.  All proceeds go directly to those causes, with no administrative fees involved.

He says those entering may be a team or and individual.  He points out that participants must be at least 21 years old.

Those wishing to make a monetary donation can send a check, written to Camp Grassick, with Runnin O The Green in the memo area.

On Friday March 22, early registration is at the Elks Club is from 4-p.m., to 9-p.m.

All on the 23rd register at The Buff, the Knights of Columbus Hall, and the Elks Club.

On race day, March 23 registration at Frontier Fort starts at 11-a.m, with the first flight of runners leaving at 2-p.m., please carry an legal ID card when registering, and on-demand.

The first heat leaves Frontier Fort at 2-p.m., other heats will leave the starting area at: 2:10, 2:20, 2:30, and 2:40 p.m., all other runners will leave at 2:50-p.m.

The run finishes at Shady’s at the Gladstone.

Remember, Registration/donation is $10 for the Run, or before race day, $30 including the T-shirt. (Shirt order deadline, March 20 at Wildside Creations.

The pub stops along the way include: The All Vets Club, Buffalo Lanes, Corner Bar, Cork & Barrell (At the Elks location), Fred’s Den, Frontier Fort Bar & Grill, Jonny B’s Brickhouse, Knights of Columbus Hall, Office Bar & Lounge, and Wonder Sports Bar.  Alcoholic beverages must be consumed in the establishments or with the fenced in outdoor area.  Growlers will be allowed to be taken off premises in properly sealed containers.

Larry says alcohol need…not…be consumed to participate, or drink in moderation.  To those drinking alcohol, Larry points out that “Binge Drinking Kills.”

He cautions runners to be weary of traffic and drivers to be watchful of participants, and not to litter along the way.

He asks that participants watch out for each other along the route.

Rides will be available on race day, by calling:  701-320-3751, or 701-658-0087, starting at 10:30 a.m., ending at 2-a.m.

Larry thanks, Jerry Iverson Construction, and the group of drivers for their continued financial support, and R.M. Stoudt for furnishing some vehicles.

Poster printing by The Press Room.

For more information contact Larry Knoblich at 701-269-0603, or send donations to the Jamestown Elks Club at P.O. Box 990 Jamestown, ND  58402.

The event will be recorded by CSi Cable 10 The Replay Channel.  Be watching for the 2019 replay dates.