Events

Run from Cops 5K
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Date/Time
Saturday, September 28th 2013 - 8:00 am - 11:15 am

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The “Run from the Cops” 5k has been changed to September 28th (previously on Sept. 21st) with registration at 8am and the run at 9am. The run will begin and end at Prentis Park in Vermillion. Once again the registration fee will be $20 which will include a t-shirt. Runners that are caught during the run by the police will have to sit and post “bail” ($5) upon conclusion of the run. Door prizes will be available as well. Money raised will go to support the Vermillion Fraternal Order of Police.

This is a fundraising events for the Fraternal Order of Police to support local charities and organizations in the Vermillion, SD area along with supporting families of those law enforcement officers who are hurt or killed in the line of duty. Call the Vermillion
Police 605-677-7070 to get registered

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