FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 18, 2020
5:00 TO 6:30 P.M.:
Late registration/sign-in/packet pickup. You are encouraged to come Friday to ease the process on Saturday morning. THERE WILL BE A DRAWING ON SATURDAY FOR THOSE WHO PICKED UP THEIR PACKETS AND/OR REGISTERED ON SUNDAY EVENING!
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2020:
9:00 am to 10:20: Sign-in, packet pickup and late registration.
10:00-10:50: Limber-up on the lawn
10:30: Brief program/warm-up/housekeeping
11:00: Shotgun start
2:00 (approximate): 1st Place Awards
12:00 pm to 3:00 pm Day in the park
COMMUNITY PARTNERS - Noon to 3:00 pm:
ONLINE: You can register online until 8:00 a.m. MDT on Friday September 18th.
FRIDAY EVENING: You may also register Friday evening from 5:00 to 6:30 at the Scout Center in Centennial Park, 245 North Garden Street. (The Scout Center is the small green building between the huge Masonic Temple and United Church, across the parking lot from Centennial Park, which is across River Street from City Hall.)
SATURDAY: You may still register Saturday morning from 9:00 to 10:20 am, also at the Scout Center.
PLEASE HELP US MAKE MONDAY MORNING SMOOTH BY REGISTERING AND/OR PICKING UP YOUR PACKET ON SUNDAY. As a thank you, if you do this on Sunday we will enter your name in a drawing for something fun. Please keep a wise social distance and minimize the number of people in the Scout Center.
PACKET PICKUP: You can pick up your packet, including your shirt, during the registration times noted above. If you registered after regular registration ended, you will probably not get a tee shirt. There are a very few extras and will be assigned to first registered (online or in person). Every finisher will receive a Finisher's medal.
If you have done this race before, you know we are rather casual.
Awards: Everyone who finishes earns a delightful hand-made finisher medal. We also award kid-designed plaques for 1st place male and female ONLY in each of the three events. No age group awards. While we love a winner and a competition, Stars has always been more about personal challenge—
Honoring America's Fallen Heroes by Having the Courage to Get Strong—in body, mind and spirit.
Timekeeping: We are also rather casual about time keeping. We do have a professional clock, courtesy of our parent organization, Challenge Dakota, but no professional timekeepers here, just our lovely volunteers. Thus we need your help in doing the best we can to get it right: