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Pioneer Days Fun Run 2018 logo

Saturday, July 14, 8:30 a.m.

Registration starts at 7:45 a.m.

The 2 Mile Run/Walk route goes straight through Old Towne in Negaunee. The 10K Run follows the scenic Heritage Trail to Ishpeming and then back Negaunee. All proceeds raised go to benefit kids in our community. Enjoy a nice run through Old Towne and the Caving Grounds. The beautiful Heritage Trail allows for a scenic and fun run!
This is a fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters.  There will be prizes for the three participants who raise the most money to help us match more kids on the West End. Please call our office at 475-7801 or email Jayne@bbbsmqt.org for a pledge form. 
This is Fun Run - Walk and this race will not be timed. 
Pioneer Days Parade follows the race. 

Registration: 7:45 a.m.
Start of Race:
2 Mile and 10K 8:30 a.m. 

To sign up online please click the "Participate" button, and fill out all the necessary information. After doing that, you can choose to pay online by clicking the appropriate ticket. Or you can choose to pay the day of the race by check or cash. If you have 4 or more family members running the race, please register by using the "16& under or 4+ Family Members" button, as the rate is only $20/person. 

**Please note-If you are not preregistered by Monday June 25, at 10AM, we cannot guarantee you a T-shirt**
Shirts are only available for participants in the 2 Mile and 10K

If you have any questions at all, please feel free to call our office at 475-7801 or e-mail jayne@bbbsmqt.org 



Location / Venue

Title Sponsors

  • Advanced Center for Orthopedics logo
  • Tino's Bar and Pizzeria logo
  • Edward Jones Lyle Warner, Ishpeming logo
  • Moyle Trucking & Excavating, Ishpeming logo
  • Koskey Funeral Home, Negaunee logo
  • Dan Perkins Construction logo
  • Mark Aho Financial logo
  • Western Marquette County Health Foundation logo
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Central Upper Peninsula logo
In Support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Central Upper Peninsula
We partner with parents/guardians, volunteers and others in the community and hold ourselves accountable for each child in our program achieving: higher aspirations, greater confidence and better relationships; avoidance of risky behaviors; educational success.