Santa Maria Community Services & Price Hill Will
Saturday, June 3, 2017
Elder High School’s Schaeper Center
The 12th Annual Price Hill Pacer will take place Saturday, June 3rd, 2017 at Elder High School’s Schaeper Center (3900 Vincent Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio 45205). Registration begins at 7 am, race begins at 8 am.
10k (6.2 miles) course begins at 8:00 am at Elder High School’s Schaeper Center at the Vincent Avenue entrance and continues through the historic neighborhoods of Price Hill, including the St. Joseph Cemetery. Two water stations will be available along the course. Race end includes chip timing finish.
5k (3.1 miles) course begins at 8:15 am at Elder High School’s Schaeper Center at the Vincent Avenue entrance and continues through the historic neighborhoods of Price Hill. One water station will be available along the course. Race end includes chip timing finish.
For more details including race course map, awards, parking, restrooms, etc., please visit: www.PriceHillPacer.org
The Hart Mile Walk begins at 8:15 am at Elder High School’s Schaeper Center at the Vincent Avenue entrance and continues through the historic neighborhoods of Price Hill for one mile. Sponsored by Hart Pharmacy, the Hart Mile Walk is a less strenuous course without cutting out the fun.
Kids’ Fun Run
This is a free event for children under 10 years and begins at 10:00 am in The Pit at Elder High School.
Activities include Kids’ Fun Run, awards, raffle prizes, split-the-pot, food and refreshments, music with WGRR MC Steve Mann, and additional sponsor related activities.
Your support of the Price Hill Pacer benefits two community-based nonprofits: Santa Maria Community Services and Price Hill Will. These organizations have made many strides to better Greater Price Hill and its surrounding communities. All proceeds from the Price Hill Pacer will be donated to these organizations to continue to make our community stronger.
Santa Maria Community Services is a non profit organization serving Cincinnati’s Greater Price Hill by providing educational tools and resources to help build strong families, promote healthy residents, and foster neighborhood revitalization. Since 1897, Santa Maria has helped families help themselves. Santa Maria currently serves more than 3,000 individuals annually with support from the United Way of
Greater Cincinnati and several other funding sources.
For more information visit www.santamaria-cincy.org
Price Hill Will is a non-profit community development corporation serving the neighborhoods of East, West and Lower Price Hill to create systemic change through physical impact, economic impact and social impact. Programs include community gardens, business district planning, residential/commercial real estate development, community programming, a 100-member youth orchestra, cultural events,
and many others.
For more information visit www.pricehillwill.org