Portville Cub Scout Pack 631 5K Color Crawl

Non-timed event features five color stations and is offered to promote healthy activities and community involvement and to raise funds for scouting activities throughout the year.

Participants of all skill levels and ages are welcome and are advised to wear sunglasses and a bandana or buff to cover faces during color stations. They should bring towels or trash bags to cover the seats of their vehicles after the run.

Registration ends at 11:59 p.m. Oct. 18 and is $30 plus $2.50 for sign-up fee.

Contact Information
  1. Crystal Torrey
  2. (602) 503-8558
  3. cubscoutpack631.portville@gmail.com
Sat, October 19
11:00 am — 1:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 10/19/2019 11:00am 10/19/2019 1:00pm America/New_York Portville Cub Scout Pack 631 5K Color Crawl

Non-timed event features five color stations and is offered to promote healthy activities and community involvement and to raise funds for scouting activities throughout the year.

Participants of all skill levels and ages are welcome and are advised to wear sunglasses and a bandana or buff to cover faces during color stations. They should bring towels or trash bags to cover the seats of their ...

49 N. Main St. Portville, NY 14770

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