Pictured Above: Top row left to right: Tyler Steinhauer, Blakely Steinhauer, Mia Angel, Carole Angel, Terri Steinhauer, Sam Steinhauer, Jennifer Doak, Myself, Cole Steinhauer | Bottom row left to right: Gretchen Abell, Faith Abell, Grace Abell, Andrew Steinhauer, Parker Seifert, Owen Seifert, Sonni O’Brien, Kelly McIntyre, Phinley O’Brein, Christina Seifert
The Junior League of Martin County (JLMC) will host their 13th Annual Rudolph’s Reindeer Dash 5K on Saturday, December 4, 2021 from 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM.
This event, which is held in Downtown Stuart at Memorial Park, is JLMC’s biggest fundraiser of the year and one of the most highly anticipated events on the Treasure Coast. Proceeds will help support the JLMC’s programs that improve the local community.
The annual fundraiser features a 5k run, 10k run, Tot Trot, refreshments, vendors, awards, goodie bags, race t-shirts and fun!
Meghan Conway and Jackie Prussing are chairing this year’s Reindeer Dash. “The Reindeer Dash is not only a much-loved tradition, but will raise funds for valuable programs and services in Martin County,” said Conway. “This year we’re working hard to support programs like the 10th Street Community Center, youth transitioning out of foster care, and much more. We hope you will join us in some holiday cheer at the Reindeer Dash to benefit these much-needed services.”
In accordance with the Junior League’s focus of increasing opportunities for at-risk kids, participation by children and teenagers is encouraged. “Junior Dashers” (ages seven and under) are invited to compete in their own 100-yard Tot Trot.
Pre-registration entry fees are $35 for the 5k, $45 for the 10k and $25 for the kids dash. Sign up individually or as part of a team of four or more racers. Racers can also participate virtually.
Register online at runsignup.com/Race/FL/Stuart/JLMCReindeerDash2021.
Sponsors at all levels are also needed to help make this event possible. Sponsorship opportunities can be found online at jlmcflorida.org.
Awards will be presented for all finishers, overall male/female winners, top three male and female finishers per age category, the top three teams and the best dressed team.
To learn more, visit jlmcflorida.org
About the Junior League of Martin County
The Junior League of Martin County is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Our purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.