Thank you to all the runners who joined us this year!  You keep this tradition strong.  Results and pictures have been posted!

Celebrating our 9th Year Running  

STRIVERS Running Club for Girls and the Natick Police Chase Team are joining together for the 9th year to host our town’s favorite family event!

This home town favorite road race has raised more than $54,000 for The Natick Service Council and A Place To Turn thanks to our supportive community and the generosity of our sponsors and contributors.

STRIVERS Running Club for Girls is entering it’s 10th year. It has long been our goal to celebrate that milestone with the establishment of a scholarship fund for those who have run with us, volunteered for us, participated in any of our races, or simply have a love of running as much as we do. Our 10th Anniversary is the perfect year to do something that directly impacts those our program reaches. Therefore, proceeds from this year’s race will be used to raise those funds necessary to establish the STRIVERS Inc. Scholarship Fund.

Come join the festivities and make this an on-going tradition! Festive attire is highly encouraged and rewarded too!

We’ll have coffee, hot chocolate, snacks and more. Plus, we thank our runners for coming out in the cold with our awesome post-race raffle for all registered runners. Over 50 great items – your bib number is your raffle ticket!

Race is limited to 700 runners! Register today!

Winter Race Caps for the First 600 Pre-Registered Runners!

About STRIVERS Running Club for Girls

The mission of the STRIVERS Running Club for Girls is to build a strong, confident, athletic, and community loyal young woman through the process of training and completing a 5k Road Race within a supportive team environment.

Since the program’s inception in 2009, our girls have donated many service hours and lead numerous community outreach projects from food drives, back-pack collections, town wide clean ups in an effort to demonstrate the positive impact a group of runners can make on their community.


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