2012 NSEF Ten Miler / 5K
The purpose of this is to raise money for the Education Foundation. By providing an event designed for people of all ages, abilities and experience.
Noblesville Schools Education Foundation
Noblesville Schools Education Foundation is a nonprofit organization established in 1987 to raise private sector funds to support Noblesville Schools and to assist teachers in the pursuit of excellence in their classrooms. NSEF provides resources in the form of grants and scholarships.
Projects funded by the foundation provide students learning and enrichment opportunities in areas such as foreign language, social studies, reading, science, and drama. Funds also support programs to expand creative thinking skills and to improve attendance and citizenship within the schools.
In addition to funding these activities, the foundation provides a scholarship to a graduating senior who plans to major in education in college and to a teacher who is furthering his or her education.
Since 1987, more than $300,000 has been awarded in grants to the teachers and schools for enrichment programs. Nearly every student in Noblesville Schools has benefited from the grants program through the various projects, activities, and events that have been funded.
Funds are raised from a variety of resources, including individual memberships, corporate and organization contributions, deferred and planned gifts, and fund-raising events. The foundation receives additional funds when donors purchase the “Education” license plate through the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles and specify Noblesville Schools as the recipient of the funds.
In addition, the foundation’s life membership program, designed to increase growth of the endowment and to provide further financial stability for the organization, was established in 1990. In 1998, the foundation placed its endowment funds in The Legacy Fund of Hamilton County, which is a part of the Central Indiana Community Foundation.
Contributions to the foundation may be made throughout the year. The address is P.O. Box 724, Noblesville, IN 46061.
The Run/Walk has several options in which to participate:
This is a great distance course that will take you on a fun and scenic route through Noblesville.
The first 4 miles will take you through the City of Noblesville, the flat and scenic Forest Park and Potters Covered Bridge. From Potters Bridge you will have a fast loop back to Potters Bridge (at 6¾ miles), through the bridge onto the shaded and curvy White River Greenway For about 2 miles. Then back on the roads to finish at the Noblesville High School.
Strollers, baby joggers, bicycles or roller blades are NOT allowed. The use of IPODs and headphones are not recommended.
Time limit is 3 hours and 15 minutes or faster (18 minutes per mile, plus 15 minutes at the start).
10 water stops at these mile marks: 1¼, 2¼, 2¾, 4, 5¼, 6, 6¾, 7½, 8½, & 9.
4 Gatorade stops at these mile marks: 2¾, 4, 6¾, 8½ .
4 Portable toilets at: 2½, 4, 6¾, 8¾ .
Riverview Hospital staff will be available at the start, 4 locations on the course (2½, 4, 6¾ and 8¾ . There will be medical personnel on bicycles monitoring the course and at the finish area.
Weather Flag System
Located at the start, the mile marks and at the finish. Green flag = good conditions. Red flag – danger, slow down / walk. Black flag = event stopped, timing, scoring and awards canceled.
To be determined by weather conditions.
Splits will be called out at each mile mark.
Start at the Noblesville High School. The first 1 mile will take you on the east side of Noblesville, then downtown on Logan Street (brick), through the middle of town. At 1½ miles you go north to the north side neighborhood, then back to the finish located at Noblesville High School.
The use of IPODs and headphones are not recommended.
2 Course water stops at miles 1¼ and 2½.
Gatorade at the start and finish areas.
Medical aid -- Riverview Hospital staff will be located at the start, on the course and at the finish.
To be determined by weather conditions.
Splits will be called at all mile marks.
1 Mile Fun Run/Walk
This event is for fun and designed for all ages and abilities. We encourage family members and friends to participate.
|Saturday, September 22, 2012
Noblesville High School - Auxiliary Gym
|Registration & Packet Pick-up||6:00am to 7:30am|
|Opening Ceremony||6:45am to 6:50am|
|Start of 10-Mile||7:30am|
|Start of 1-Mile||7:45am|
|Start of 5K||8:00am|
Deadline for Pre-Registration is NOON, Monday, September 17
|10 Mile Entry Fee - No Shirt||$20.00|
|5K Entry Fee - No Shirt||$15.00|
|1 Mile Entry Fee - No Shirt||$5.00|
|T-Shirt Purchase (shirt not included in entry fee)||$10.00|
|10 Mile Entry Fee - No Shirt||$25.00|
|5K Entry Fee - No Shirt||$20.00|
|1 Mile Entry Fee - No Shirt||$8.00|
|Tech Shirt Purchase||$12.00|
Shirts on race day are available on a first come, first served basis.
Within a few minutes after you submit your online registration, you should receive an email confirming the information you sent to KLA. Any corrections, event changes, etc., should be reported to KLA as soon as possible in order to update.
KLA's Home Page
After receiving your registration, your confirmation will appear within two business days on the “Event Confirmations” alphabetical list. This will include your assigned bib number.
Quick Pick Ticket
Three to four days before the event, you will receive an email confirmation with all pertinent information, including your bib number. Bring this Quick Pick Ticket to packet pick-up for faster service when you pick up your race material. This will apply to those who have provided an email address, which will also be used for updates and personal results.
10 Mile & 5K
The first three male and female finishers overall and the top 3 in each male and female age division starting at 19 to 24 and in 5-year increments up to 80 & Over.
Youth Awards in the 10 Mile and 5K
Trophies to the top 3 boys and girls in age divisions 9 & Under, 10 to 12, 13 to 40 and 15 to 18.
All finishers will be timed and scored and will receive finishers’ ribbons.
All awards must be picked up at the Award Ceremony – none will be mailed.
Timing / Scoring / Results
The disposable DAG chip will be used for the three events.
Results will be posted 10 to 15 minutes after you finish. If you have submitted a valid email address you will receive your individual results within one hour after the last finisher.
Complete results will be posted on KLA's website by noon.
City of Noblesville
For more than 180 years, individuals of all walks of life have called Noblesville home. As a city, Noblesville celebrates visions of the past while embracing the landscape of the future. In Noblesville, many cherish the downtown square – its charming architecture, vintage store fronts, independent restaurants and eclectic retail shops. However, that’s just half of the story as you traverse through the acreage of parkland, ride down the White River and fill your weekend with shopping and recreation. Visit Noblesville and you’ll see a growing community boasting a landscape ideal for new industry and opportunity.
The Noblesville story is resounded by those who experience its authenticity each day. Whether you live, work, play or visit Noblesville you can appreciate the characteristics of a true All-American community. Unique to other cities, Noblesville showcases a blend of old with new. Old architecture inhabited by vibrant business is valued and refurbished opposed to being demolished and rebuilt. New architecture pays homage to the character of simpler days while the bustling progression of Noblesville turns the eye to the beginnings of a new history in the making.
Visit Noblesville and you will get a feeling. It’s a whole life community. It’s vintage and modern. It’s eclectic and practical. It’s a mix of the best a city has to offer. The City of Noblesville invites you to experience, learn and become an active chapter in its story. Experience the Commerce, Culture and Community that thrives in Noblesville, the Heart of it All.