Help Raise Awareness of Brain Injury!
The 7th Annual Scarecrow Classic has two goals: 1) to raise funds for BIAM’s Maryland Brain Injury Resource Center, and 2) to raise awareness of brain injury in Maryland. In 2011, the BIAMresponded to over 6100 calls, emails, and office visits. It is critical in Maryland to bring attention to individuals with brain injury and their families in order to increase funding for needed services. This is where you come in. We ask that you gather a team of family members and friends to participate in the Scarecrow. Ask neighbors and colleagues to sponsor you and your team. We hope that you will take this opportunity to show your support for BIAM!
You may also register Sunday, November 4th, from 7:30 am - 8:30 am at Meadowbrook Park.
From I-70: Take Route 29 South, then Route 100 East (exit on left). Take first exit (1A) toward Long Gate Parkway. At top of exit ramp, bear left onto Meadowbrook Lane. Pass the Park and Ride parking lot and turn left into the second parking lot.
From I-95: Take Route 100 West, Exit 43B toward Ellicott City. Take last exit (1A) Long Gate Parkway. At top of exit ramp, turn left on Long Gate Parkway, crossing over I-100. At stop sign, turn right onto Meadowbrook Lane. Pass Park and Ride parking lot and turn left into the second parking lot.
Awards presented to the top three male and female runners overall as well as in the following age groups: 15 and under, 16-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 and over.
Go the extra mile and help us raise money for BIAM’s Maryland's Brain Injury Resource Center by createing a team and running/walking in honor or memory of someone. Gather pledges or matching funds from your employer and promote this event in your community. A BIAM fleece pullover will be awarded to the top three individuals who raise more than $500 in pledges.
• Commemorative long-sleeve T-shirt to all participants who register by Oct. 26. Availability and sizes not guaranteed for participants who register after Oct. 26.
• Pre-race warm-up
• Water and time splits on 5K course
• 1-mile walk course accessible to wheelchairs and strollers.
• Dogs on a leash are permitted for the walk only.
• On-site medical care and aid.
• Pre- and post-event refreshments and snacks
• Door prizes will be drawn throughout the day. Must be present to win.
Timing and Scoring:
Charm City Run Event Management will manage, time and score the 5K event. Results will be posted by Charm City Run after the race.
BIAM is a 501(c)3 non-profit.
Beneficiary: Brain Injury Association of Maryland's Maryland Brain Injury Resource Center