Joggin for the Noggin

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Event# 913-360-2617

Event Details

Joggin for the Noggin is the annual fundraiser to benefit the Mary Lea Johanning Scholarship. This scholarship benefits Atchison High School graduating senior women that are attending a Kansas university or college. Scholarship recipients are selected based on their academic standings, extracurricular involvement, and qualities Mary Lea represented.


- Chip timing again for all 5K participants (No chip timing for 2K)
- Registration fee is $25 for 5K participants (run or walk) and $15 for 2K fun run/walkers through August 25
- Fee will increase $5 for the 5K and 2K on August 26. Online registration closes September 24
- Packet Pick-up will be race morning only, beginning at 7 AM
- Fees include a race shirt (must register online by September 10th to guarantee shirt; shirts not picked - up by 9AM on race day will be forfeited)
- Awards to age division winners in the 5K
- Awards will be given to 2K winners 12 years and under
- no bicycles, tricycles, or skateboards
- event will occur rain or shine
- water station available on the route

7 AM – Packet Pick-up
8 AM – Race Starts
7:30 - 9:30 – Pancake Breakfast, Mary Lea's Birthday Cake, and Children's Activities
9 AM – Awards Ceremony

Joggin for the Noggin

Address : Independence Park Atchison KS
Phone : 913-360-2617   (Always call and confirm events.)

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