The Arc & the Field of Doom
Obstacle Course Race
Saturday, August 21, 2021
“We’re surrounded; the entire place is crawling with living things.” – Willie
“That’s why they call it the jungle, Sweetheart.” – Indiana Jones
Now while we don’t have the location crawling with living things (thank goodness!), we have still set out to make this like a jungle. This obstacle course race is family friendly, but don’t let it fool you! We’re here for a fun yet difficult course that encompasses the natural terrain at the venue, Nolichuckey River, man made obstacles plus much more that we will keep a secret until closer to time for the race. Some parts of the course however, will remain a mystery.
Where – Fender’s Farm (254 TN-107, Jonesborough)
When – August 21, 2021
Kids race 6 p.m. start time
2 mile OCR 6:30 p.m. start time
Packet Pickup – 4:30 p.m. – 6:15 p.m.
**Please arrive in a timely manner so that everyone gets through the line before the race. We will start on time. If you have issues with time, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
“Jock, start the engine!’ is Indy language for “Runners, go get registered!”
You will regret missing this fun event.
- $35 June 13
- $45 June 14 - July 14
- $55 July 15 - Aug 20
- $60 Aug 21 at packet pickup
- $15 June 13
- $20 June 14 - July 14
- $25 July 15 - Aug 20
- $30 Aug 21 at packet pickup
- Each registered runner will receive 1 free meal with bib.
- If you would like to purchase a meal, please email us at email@example.com for more information.
- *All proceeds will go to The Arc of Washington County.
Obstacle course races are challenging to participate in but what happens behind the scenes is the real challenge. It takes hours and hours of man power to put these races together and race day requires several helpful individuals. If you aren’t able to participate and would like to help with this event or know someone who could use some volunteer or community service hours, please click the button and get signed up. The Arc Washington County puts in constant hours of work to help individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Let’s show them some support and give back to them!
The Arc Washington County
For people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Our services include…
- Respite Care
- Family Support
- Early Intervention
- Independent Support Coordination
Chartered in 1961 and affiliated with the Arc Tennessee, we are dedicated to promoting the growth of nurturing communities where all people have the opportunity to join in fellowship and valued contribution to family, friends, neighborhood, work, spiritual, and community life.
People should be the driving force behind their own services and determining what is needed and what is important. Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developing Disabilities Services (DIDD) is moving toward adoption of Principles of Person Centered Practices. The Arc Washington County supports over 800 people making choices regarding what services they need and want. The Arc has adapted these principles and is working to implement these practices and methods of service planning and delivery.
For more information or if you want to donate to this organization, email Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org