2021 Huntly PD Trick or Treat Trot 5K - LETR 0
Join us on October 24, 2021
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Join the Huntley Police Department and Adams Collision Service on Sunday, October 24 for the 5th Annual LETR Trick or Treat 5K Trot to benefit Special Olympics Illinois. This event is a FUN run taking place in downtown Huntley and is perfect for the entire family. The Trick or Treat 5K Trot is not a timed race, but a clock will be provided at the finish line for those interested in tracking their times. All participants will be awarded a chocolate medal at the finish line by local Special Olympics athletes.
Come early and enjoy the party! Costumes are encouraged as we trick and trot for the athletes of Special Olympics. Water stations will be available mid-route and at the finish line. The Trick or Treat 5KTrot will take place Rain or Shine. Service animals only.
Before September 30: $25 and includes a Trick or Treat Trot Treat Bag and t-shirt with guaranteed size
Between October 1 - 23: $25 and includes a Treat Bag and t-shirt (sizes first come, first serve)
Day of Event Registration: $30 and includes a Treat Bag
Day of Schedule
9:30 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
Trick or Treat 5K Trot begins
For more information or questions about this event please contact Sgt. Amy Williams at 847-515-5331.
Why Special Olympics Illinois?
Special Olympics Illinois is a not-for-profit organization that serves more than 23,100 traditional athletes with intellectual disabilities and over 13,000 Young Athletes ages 2-7 with and without intellectual disabilities. Through inclusive athletic, health and leadership programs, Special Olympics Illinois empowers our athletes to transform themselves, their communities and the world. Individuals with intellectual disabilities face societal, political and cultural discrimination, ranging from misunderstanding and bullying to isolation and exclusion. At the core of our mission, Special Olympics Illinois is a sports organization that uses the power of sports as a catalyst for social change. We breakdown long-held misconceptions about people with intellectual disabilities by highlighting the inherent talent and unbounded promise of our athletes and how their spirit has, does and will continue to positively impact communities throughout Illinois.