Ribbon Run 5K

Ribbon Run 5K and 2 Mile Walk  •  May 27  •  9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Celebrate the lives of those affected by cancer post-race with refreshments and other fun festivities. Registration is $25 by May 21; $30 thereafter; $15 University Hospitals employees. All Ribbon Run proceeds will go to the Seidman Cancer Center for cancer research.

  • The 5K and 2-mile walk/race will begin and end at the Green Road RTA stop.
  • Awards will be given to top finishers.

The fun doesn’t end once you cross the finish line. The community is invited to stay until noon for plenty of fun for the whole family. Enjoy a DJ from 107.3 The Wave, sing karaoke, get your face painted, or check out the awesome Shaker Police and Fire Department vehicles.

For more information or to register visit: Ribbon Run


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