Ft. Recovery, Ohio – July 3, 2016 — The 5th Annual Mad Run held on May 21st in historic Ft. Recovery has been deemed a success for the St. Henry EMS. With nearly 1,000 participants the Mad Run was able to make a donation of $10,000 to the local volunteer organization. Deb Mertz, Mad Run
The Mad Run Committee decided that they would run 2 waves of competitive heats. This will be limited to 100 competitors and they will run at 8am and 8:15. Awards will be announced at 10 am. More Awards information to come after our next meeting.
The Mad Run committee has announced their 2017 run date… May 20, 2017
It was decided at the June 14, 2016 meeting to donate $10,000 to the St Henry EMS Building Fund!
Coldwater Kiwanis Club will be collecting shoes again this year at the Mad Run. (They are sending them to Haiti again).
Get excited because the map of the course is finally been released! We are excited about all the various course options for this year. Remember that if you are particularly worried about one obstacle you are able to go around it! Don’t let the course scare you away!
The 2016 obstacles for The Mad Run have been released! Don’t forget to share the obstacle course with your family and friends. It’s not too late for individuals to register for The Mad Run!
2016 The Mad Strong ! Mad Strong is a timed, strength-based course featuring a series of lifting/pulling/carrying type challenges. Completing the course will be an accomplishment enough, but you will also push yourself to advance through the course in the least amount of time possible. If you are looking for a fun way to test
Your days are numbered to register for the 2016 MAD RUN at the cheapest rates! It is going to be a muddy blast!! Register today! Price increase is on March 1st. #madrun
Mad Run 2016 will support the St. Henry EMS in the construction of their new EMS building. This team of volunteers has, and continues to serve, residents throughout southern Mercer County in times of need. Have a great time and support a great cause. Sign up a team of friends today