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UACA Memorial Day Run

May 27 @ 9:00 am

Memorial Day Run

Please join us for the 48th Annual Memorial Day Run! This 5-Mile course races through the streets of UA for serious and casual runners. All proceeds benefit the charitable functions of the UACA.

Does 5 miles sound like a bit too much for you? There is also a 1-Mile Fun Run which is open to adults and free for children 14 & under.

Children 14 & under who complete a registration form will be timed with no additional fee required. Don’t miss your chance to participate in the oldest running/walking event in Columbus!

Important Note:  All registrants that sign up by Wednesday, May 15th will receive a t-shirt in their specified size. A limited inventory of sizes will be available for registrants that sign up between May 16th and the day of the race.


May 27
9:00 am
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Upper Arlington Civic Association


Reed Road Park
3855 Reed Road
Upper Arlington, OH 43220 United States
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