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32nd annual Juke Joint Jog
October 12, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
It’s gonna’ be a great day! We invite folks of all ages and abilities to join the 32nd annual Juke Joint Jog, a lively and fun 5K and one-mile Fun Run with a path through the scenic campus of Oklahoma State University. All 5K finishers get a coordinated finisher’s medal and all who register for the 5K or the Fun Run get a minty green, super soft Hanes Xtemp shirt with this year’s special JJJ design. We think you’ll love it!
Bring the family and enjoy the Stillwater Medical Center Family Fun Zone. They’ll have a bounce house and other activities to help entertain the kiddos! After the 5K, hot dogs and cold refreshment awaits runners in the parking lot just north of Joe’s. The awards ceremony will start at 11am. Please note that prizes will not be mailed after the event.
9:30am Fun Run – One-mile run through the Oklahoma State University campus, finishing in front of the Bartlett Center.
10am 5 km – A scenic, USATF-certified course that travels through the Oklahoma State campus finishing in front of the Seretean Music Hall near Eskimo Joe’s.
Entry Fun Run is $15. 5K cost is $35 through noon on Oct 9 (online registration closes), $40 race day. Refunds are not issued at this charity event.
Awards Watches will be presented to the Top 5 male and Top 5 female runners courtesy of Leonard Jewelry.
Medals will be awarded to the Top 3 finishers in each standard age group classifications, both male and female.
Packet Pick-Up You are encouraged to pick-up your shirt and bibs early if possible. We will be available at Eskimo Joe’s Clothes on Thursday, October 10 – 5 to 7pm
Friday, October 11 – 4 to 7pm
Saturday, October 12 – 8am to race time
If coming to packet pick-up on race day, please allow extra time that morning!
The Juke Joint Jog is a 32-year event benefiting the United Way of Payne County.
United Way plays a vital role in our community. It is the fundraising organization for 21 social service agencies, helping those who need it most in our community. The United Way of Payne County serves over 40,000 people each year with services such as hospice care, mentoring at-risk youth, helping victims of domestic abuse, providing sheltered employment for disabled adults and much more.
We greatly appreciate your support! Register Here