Run for Ohm
Run for Ohm: race description
The 11th Annual Run for Ohm 5k and 10k benefits Community Cancer Center located in Roseburge Oregon. The 10k and 5k starts at River Forks Park at 8am.
Day of race registration and day of race packet pickup opens at 7am.
An early packet pickup is available on Friday May 29th from 5pm to 7:30pm at:
Community Cancer Center
2880 NW Stewart Parkway
Roseburg, OR 97471
Community Cancer Center
All funds raised are donated to the Community Cancer Center (CCC) located in Roseburg, Oregon.
The Community Cancer Center has been operating for over 30 years and provides an array of services to Douglas County residents. As a private, non-profit, community-owned and operated facility, with no government funding, the Community Cancer Center runs solely for the benefit of the community.
The Community Cancer Centers objective is to ensure that patients receiving cancer treatment have minimal disruption of their everyday lives. They offer patients a variety of in-house services designed to accommodate their particular needs. In addition to the radiation treatment services, they house three private medical oncology (chemotherapy) practices, a laboratory, nutritional, psychological, and social counseling as well as other cancer-related services. The Community Cancer Center was the first radiation therapy facility in the State of Oregon to receive accreditation from the American College of Radiology. This accreditation is only awarded to organizations that meet their very high criteria for quality of care and safety and have an on-site inspection by a team of radiation oncologists and medical physicists. Their reports are then reviewed by a panel of experts who can make a recommendation for accreditation. The Community Cancer Center first underwent this review in March 2005, and continues to be reaccredited every three years.
The Run for Ohm committee and Cascade Community Credit Union are excited that Jason Ohm&rsquo,s name will continue to leave its mark on Douglas County and benefit cancer patients in his home town.
5K Course Map
10k Course Map
The race will be chip timed by Huber Timing. The timing chip will be attached to the race bib and is disposable and does not need to be returned after the race. Results will be available at the finish on kiosks and posted live to http://www.hubertiming.com/results/2015RunForOhm.
The race bib must be worn on your chest or front of shorts and visible at all times.
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