CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — St. George Races and the St. George Firefighters Association are joining forces to create another way to beat the summer heat with the Moonlight 5K on June 10 at 9 p.m. in the Desert Color community, located 820 W. Akoya Pearl in St. George.
Throughout the course, St. George firefighters will spray runners with water. After the race, registered participants can take part in a glow-in-the-dark pool party from 10 p.m. to midnight. Typically, the newly built lagoon is restricted to residents of Desert Color.
“When we started this race seven years ago, we had no idea it would continue to grow into one of the most enjoyable races and family activities of the summer,” said Jake Green, a St. George firefighter. “The firefighters love it, our families love it and the community loves it. With it taking place during the annual Utah State Firefighters’ Association Convention, we are looking forward to even more participants.”
Register online here. A portion of the proceeds from this event will benefit the Utah Burn Center and the St. George Firefighters Association.
“After the race, stick around and enjoy an awesome pool party,” Green added. “We can’t wait to see everyone come out and have a blast, get sprayed by the fire hoses and be involved in our great city of St. George.”
Click here for more information on the Moonlight 5K.
About St. George Races
St. George Races, a division within the Leisure Services Department of the city of St. George, hosts a variety of half marathons, 10Ks, 5Ks, kids runs, triathlons, bike events, relays and other special events throughout the city of St. George and Washington County. St. George Races offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities for area businesses and utilizes the efforts of hundreds of volunteers.
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