Registration open for Warrior Homecoming Run

The annual run/walk event is set for

Warrior Homecoming Run

BRAINERD โ€” The public is invited to show their school spirit and participate in the 2022 Warrior Homecoming Run Sept. 17 starting at Kiwanis Park.

Online registration is now open at warriors homecoming .

The annual 1K and 5K walk/run will kick off Homecoming week. All ages and abilities are invited to participate, and students will receive a discounted race fee. There is also a virtual 5K option for those who cannot participate in person.

Participants are encouraged to show Warrior pride by wearing blue and white.

The premier sponsor is Essentia Health, and other sponsors include Roundhouse Brewery, Cub Foods, Lakes Printing, The Teehive, CTC, Baxter Kiwanis, Brainerd Junior Jaycees, Run for the Lakes, Smiles for Jake, Mid Minnesota Federal Credit Union, American Family Insurance โ€“ Shannon Finnegan, Westport Mall, Cosmetic Dentistry, Brainerd Public Schools Foundation, Baxter Kiwanis, CrossFit Grow, and the YMCA.


All proceeds will benefit the Brainerd High School Warrior Nordic Ski Team.

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