2019 KNC 5K Run/Walk
Click here to sign up for the 2019 KNC 5K Run/Walk.
The annual KNC 5K Run/Walk will be held on Saturday, July 6, 2019. All proceeds from the race go to the restoration and maintenance of Kishwauketoe Nature Conservancy. Registration fees and dates are as follows:
7:30 am – Registration opens
8:00 am – 1/4 mile kids run
8:30 am – 5K run/walk
Awards ceremony to follow 5K. Awards classes: 14 & under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+.
Register before June 14, 2019 – 5K = $18 / Kids 1/4 mile = $13
Register between June 15-July 4 – 5K = $20 / Kids 1/4 mile $15
Register on the day of the race, July 6 – 5K = $25 / Kids 1/4 mile $15-Cash or Check only on Race Day
Kishwauketoe 5K Run, Saturday, July 7th, 2018
Kishwauketoe Nature Conservancy held the annual 5K Run Saturday, July 7th on a beautiful sunny day. The following donors helped make the day special for all the runners: Otzen Family Foundation, Aurora Health Center, Mercy Health, CCI in Williams Bay, Alice Morava, Bob and Tina Dillman, Ken and Sue Koranda, Café Calamari, First National Bank and Trust, Advia Credit Union, Sky Lodge Inn and Suites in Delavan, Delavan Piggly Wiggly, Dip In The Bay, Elkhorn Piggly Wiggly, Frosty Moose, Lake Geneva Piggly Wiggly, Heyer True Value in Walworth, Walworth Sentry, and Williams Bay Subway and Gage Marine.
A big thanks to the following volunteers: Williams Bay Police Department, Williams Bay Recreation Center, Don Skalla, Erin Creed, May Lothian, Sally Gerson, Leslie Miller, Mary Roth, Rosemary Roth, Robert Roth, Rick Sallmann, Marianne Fearing, Marianne Klemke, Kim Travis, Liz Cox, Judy Hopkins, Jim Killian, Roberta Killian, Chase Bonder, Cole Bonder, Jack Ziemke, Harold Friestad, Nancy Baldwin, Dick Vanderbroucke, Colin Griffith, Carol Remington, Levi Myers and, Jennifer Yunker.
The runners ranged in age from 5 to 91! People came from as far as Arizona, New Jersey and Oregon. The overall winner was James Lyon in the male category and Julia Robleski in the female category. See the website for all the results. Colin Griffith from the Geneva Lake Dark Sky Initiative was there educating people about our environment. The KNC Nature Staff was teaching children about nature. It was a great day! Hope to see everyone next year, July 6th.