Everyone who raises more than $50 will be presented with a 2019 Hunger Hike T-shirt at check-in on Sunday, September 22 at Riehle Plaza. You can then wearing it in pride knowing that YOU have made a difference in the Fight Against Hunger — locally, regionally & globally.
It is not too late to start raising money for Hunger Hike — and secure your official 2019 T-shirt. Just to to the Hunger Hike website and get started today — hungerhike.org.
More than 60 runners and walkers participated in the 2018 Hunger Hike 5K Run this past Saturday. The Hunger Hike 5K Run is open to runners of all ages and abilities who share a goal: Fighting Hunger with their Hearts & Soles!
It was sunny and cool — a picture perfect day for a race. The Hunger Hike 5K Run 2018 followed the beautiful, paved Cattail Trail Loop through West Lafayette and the scenic Celery Bog Nature Area — giving runners and walkers an opportunity to support three local organizations while enjoying a professionally timed 5K event.
Pictured above L to R: Joe Micon, LUM executive director; Sheila Klinker, Indiana State Representative; Assemgul Bissenbina, #1 Female; Kyle Morales, #3 Female; Colin Frier, #1 Youth; Phoebe (Colin’s dog); Aauba Aditye, #1 Male; Sarah Sellers, #2 Female; Lucy Edmundson, #3 Youth; and Kenny McCleary, #2 Male.
Thanks to our donors – Awards Unlimited, Panera Bread – West Lafayette, and Pay Less Super Market – West Lafayette.
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Photos – Hunger Hike 5K Run; Photos – HH5K Run – Just the Runners
On Saturday, September 17, local runners took part in the HH5K Run—the Race to Feed the Hungry—at Celery Bog Nature Area with start/finish on the Cattail Trail through the Celery
Bog Nature Area. The rain cleared up just in time for the run, and it was a cool but cloudy morning — not a bad day for a race.
The HH5K Run winners are as follows:
1st: Rob Burton
2nd: Courtney Seger
1st: Katie Micon
2nd: Lauren Harer
3rd: Sarah Carignan
1st: Nick Burton
2nd: Colin Williams
3rd: Robby Stewart
These runners supported these outstanding local organizations while enjoying a 5K event on a scenic trail.