That '80s Run

That '80s Run, the most tubular health and fitness event in town, is coming to St. Charles Community College on Saturday, April 30, 2016.

This colorful, community event features a 10K and 5K chip timed by Fleet Feet, 1-Mile Fun Run and a free Health and Wellness Expo on race day. And break out your boom box and spandex, because there will be rad prizes for the most far out costumes!

Only A Few Days Left to Register!!

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Race Entry Fees

  • $40 5K or 10K
  • $30 1-Mile Fun Run

The totally bodacious T-shirt design comes in adult and youth sizes (while supplies last). Race entry fee also includes refreshments and tickets for prize baskets (only available at Friday pickup). One runner will win a $1,000 scholarship to SCC. Entrants in the 5K and 10K races (ages 18 and older) will be automatically entered into a drawing for the scholarship.

No refunds. Event proceeds will be used to fund health and wellness initiatives and scholarships at SCC.

Runner Information
Three Race Events – Rain or shine, we run! Runners may pick either a fitted dry-tec tee or a more generous 50/50 cotton/poly blend T-shirt (adult sizes only) while supplies last. 
Event 10K and 5K Runs 1-Mile Fun Run
Registration Fees and Deadlines (No Refunds)
  • $30, Early Registration Deadline April 8.
    (Guarantees a T-shirt)
  • $35 April 9-24 (Online or in-person only)
  • $40 April 25-30 (After April 28, in-person registration only)
Register online or by mail (PDF). There is no surcharge to register online.

Please do not mail forms after April 8.
  • $20, Early Registration Deadline April 8. 
    (Guarantees a T-shirt)
  • $25 April 9-24 (Online or in-person only)
  • $30 April 25-30 (After April 28, in-person registration only)
Register online or by mail (PDF). There is no surcharge to register online.

Please do not mail forms after April 8.
Start Times/ Location 7:30 a.m. Green Parking Lot 9:15 a.m. near LRC and SC Buildings
Race Routes 10K map (PDF) and 5K map (PDF). 1-Mile Fun Run map (PDF)
Run Details
  • For runners and walkers. (Race timing ends at 9 a.m.)
  • Joggers with strollers, please yield for faster runners. 
  • Check out your competition – 2015 race results for 10K and 5K.
  • First Heat – Ages 11 and over.
  • Second Heat – ages 10 and under (parents may run with their children).
Entry Fee Includes
  • Automatic entry (ages 18 and older) in drawing for the $1,000 scholarship to SCC.
  • Two free tickets to enter the prize basket drawings (available only at Friday packet pickup).
  • T-shirt (while supplies last).
  • Two free tickets to enter the prize basket drawings (available only at Friday packet pickup).
  • T-shirt (while supplies last).
Finisher Awards
  • $100 cash prizes to first place 10K overall male and female finishers.
  • $50 cash prizes to first place 5K overall male and female finishers.
  • Medals to top three male and female finishers in these 10K and 5K age categories (19 and under; 20-29; 30-39; 40-49; 50-59; 60 and over).
  • Medals are also awarded to the first-place male and female finishers in these categories (Current SCC Student; SCC Alumni; SCC Employee).
  • Finisher medals for the first 1,000 finishers.
  • Medals to the top three 1-Mile Fun Run male and female finishers in these age groups (6 and under; 7-8; 9-10; 11-12; 13-14; 15 and over).
  • Fun prizes for all finishers.
Other Awards
  • Best '80s costumes.
  • 80th-89th place finishers in the 5K and 10K
  • Best '80s costumes.
Packet Pickup
  • 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday, April 29
    Room 1121, Administration Building
  • Opens at 6:30 a.m. on Race Day
    Atrium, Administration Building
  • 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday, April 29
    Room 1121, Administration Building
  • Opens at 6:30 a.m. on Race Day
    Atrium, Administration Building
Note: Dogs are prohibited on college properties (with the exception of support animals, see SCC Board Policy 303.1). SCC is a tobacco-free campus (see SCC Board Policy 482.1).

Last day to change events is 4 p.m. Friday, April 29. Call 636-922-8306 to request the change.
NOTE: Runners changing from the 1-Mile Fun Run to the 5K (or 10K) will need to pay the additional registration fee.

Runners/walkers with a history of asthma should bring their inhalers with them on race day. Nursing students will be available at the first aid station to assist anyone with medical conditions.
Race Routes
USATF certified 5K race route for 2016! (10K certification pending.)

10K Race Route (map) – The 10K route starts and ends on campus, and part of the route continues off campus with flat to rolling terrain through rural Cottleville. The 10K starts at 7:30 a.m. and timing ends at 9 a.m.

5K Race Route (map) – The 5K route starts and ends on campus, and part of the route continues off campus through rural Cottleville. The 5K starts at 7:30 a.m. and timing ends at 9 a.m.

1-Mile Fun Run Route (map – There is no official timing for the 1-Mile Fun Run. Winners are determined by the order they cross the finish line (by age category).
Health and Wellness Expo
The Health and Wellness Expo is open from 7:30-10:30 a.m. in the Student Center. The Expo will feature more than 40 exhibits that include fitness, health and recreation information as well as demonstrations, screenings and displays. Entry into the Health and Wellness Expo is free and open to the public. Runners pay a fee to participate in That '80s Run events.
Costume Awards and Prize Baskets
In addition to tubular prizes for the most radical ‘80s runner outfits, you can enter for chances to win some awesome prizes during Friday’s packet pickup. All race participants will receive two free tickets to enter in the prize basket drawings, and additional tickets will be available for purchase at the cost of $1 for two tickets. Stop by Prize Central on race day to see if you've won. Race participants will be given a chance to win a bonus prize by showing up to the La Chata after party on race day.

Awards for best costumes will be given out after the 10k award ceremony.
$1,000 Scholarship to SCC
One runner in That '80s Run will win the $1,000 Brenda Hollrah Memorial Scholarship to St. Charles Community College. Entrants in the 5K and 10K races (ages 18 and older) will be automatically entered into a drawing for the scholarship.

Scholarship FAQs

When will you announce the winner?
The scholarship recipient will be announced at the awards ceremony on the day of the event, April 30, 2016.

Do you have to be present to win?
No, you do not need to be present to win the scholarship. If you are not present at the time of the award, you will be contacted by a member of the race committee.

How long is the scholarship valid?
The scholarship expires June 15, 2017.

Can I give the scholarship away to a friend or family member?
Yes, a one-time transfer to a current or prospective student is allowed, but it must be used by the expiration date regardless of the date of transfer.

Will I get $1,000 in cash?
No, the scholarship will be applied to the recipient’s account at St. Charles Community College only.

What can this scholarship be used for?
The scholarship can be applied to tuition or fees at SCC or used in the SCC Bookstore to purchase textbooks.

What happens if the scholarship goes unused?
Any unused portion will be returned and used for future awarding.

Can the scholarship be used for Continuing Education courses?
No, the scholarship must be used for credit courses at SCC.

Are there any additional requirements to use the scholarship?
In order to receive the scholarship, you must enroll in credit classes at SCC. You may also be asked to have your picture taken to promote future scholarship opportunities.
Health and Wellness Grants
That '80s Run is presented by the Run Committee at St. Charles Community College. In 2006, the committee began offering health and wellness grants, up to $1,000 per grant, for college wellness projects.

Since 2006, the college's Run Committee has funded 55 health and wellness grants totaling $42,035.23

2015 Health and Wellness Grants Awarded
Proceeds from the 2015 event funded 13 wellness projects in whole or in part, totaling $9,102.12:
  • Alcohol/Drug Prevention event, submitted by Student Activities.
  • Bicycle repair fund for the community bikes on campus, submitted by Human Resources.
  • De-Stress Fest supplies for finals week events, submitted by Student Activities.
  • Drinking fountain replacement/bottle filling machine, submitted by Green Team.
  • Upgrade the Child Development Center (CDC)’s self-serve materials to accommodate Eat Smart regulations.
  • Fitness equipment for Pilates classes and recreational activities, submitted by the Continuing Education Department.
  • Legos for creativity spaces in the library, submitted by the library.
  • Life Fitness treadmill for the Fitness Center, submitted by the Physical Education department.
  • Mental Health & Suicide Prevention speaker, submitted by Student Activities.
  • Non-Violent Communication Workshop, submitted by Human Resources.
  • Sand volleyball court equipment replacement, submitted by Student Activities.
  • Replacement of soccer balls to meet NJCAA requirements, submitted by the Women’s Soccer Team.
  • Repairs to the Storybook Walk, submitted by College Advancement & Planning.
Projects Funded in Previous Years
2014 – Disk Golf equipment for disk golf classes and recreational activities; butterfly garden boulder painting project; Alive! Mental Health Fair and Suicide Prevention Tour; alcohol and drug prevention programming; and play/gym equipment for College for All Kids camps.
2013 – Nutrition education books and gardening equipment for the Child Development Center (CDC); supplies for the SCC Community Garden plots; StepUP Bystander Intervention Program promotional items; mental health programming; yoga stabilizing blocks and pilates rings for classes; and SCC employee wellness programming.
2012 – Mental health programming; SCC employee wellness programming; treadmill for the Fitness Center; tricycles and child-sized bike helmets for the Child Development Center (CDC); ten guitars for SCC Student Veterans Organization to bring the Six String Heroes therapeutic music program on campus for student veterans diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD); and kickboxing equipment for SCC fitness classes.
2011 – Weights and rack for fitness classes; SCC employee wellness programming, including the Presidential Active Lifestyle Award (PALA) challenge; guest speaker, equipment and supplies to expand the Child Development Center's garden project started in 2010, teaching CDC children and families about plants, health and child nutrition.
2010 – Gardening equipment and supplies for the Child Development Center (CDC) to start up their garden project to educate CDC children and families about plants, health and nutrition; SCC employee wellness programming; SCC Library's pre-finals week project helping students studying for finals make healthier snack choices; fitness videos that SCC students and employees can check out from the SCC Library; Sunbrella table umbrella to provide protection from the sun; and resistance water bells and bag for water exercise classes offered through the SCC Continuing Education Department.
2009 – Health literacy textbooks and classroom materials for the SCC Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) program; BOSU half ball balance trainers, rack and DVDs; and SCC employee wellness programming.
2008 – Portable FM listening transmitters and headsets for training programs, tours, walking lectures, day trips and Elderhostel programs offered through SCC Continuing Education; professional sound system for Room 203 in the College Center, in which fitness classes such as aerobics, step and dance are held.
2007 – Medication cart for SCC nursing simulation lab; yoga blankets for yoga and pilates classes; dumbbells and rack for fitness classes; College Response program kits, including online screening tools for depression, eating disorders and alcohol offered by Student Development, SCC Mental Health Services and Physical Education; bench for soccer field; and cougar mascot costume for Scooter McCougar's appearance at college events.
2006 – Hydraulic patient lift/sling, pulse oximeter and multi-sounds trainer for SCC nursing simulation lab; medicine balls, yoga bricks and straps for yoga and pilates fitness classes; fans, sound system and speakers for the Fitness Center; athletic warm-ups for the SCC Soccer Club (Note: SCC Soccer is now an intercollegiate sport); First aid kits and water bottles for the SCC Roller Hockey Club.

Sponsorships/Reserve Exhibit Space

That ‘80s Run attracts a large crowd every year with a health and wellness expo that's free and open to all. Reach more than 1,000 runners, walkers and fitness enthusiasts at this annual community event.

Exhibit and sponsorship proceeds are used to fund St. Charles Community College wellness projects and a $1,000 scholarship to SCC, as well as advertising for the event.

Wellness Expo Vendor – $85 profit/$60 non-profit
Team up with SCC for this totally tubular day of community fitness and education, and help promote your health and wellness-related business or organization in the community! Expo space is limited – register early! No event-day registration will be available. Deadline is April 22.
  • 2' x 5' vendor table inside the Health and Wellness Expo area.
  • Business name and link listed on That '80s Run website.
  • Electrical outlet cost: $15 (availability is limited). Note: Bring your own extension cords and/or power strips.
  • Free wireless access is available. NOTE: Exhibitor must request wireless access prior to race day.
  • Non-sponsor vendors must be related to health and wellness.
  • Questions? Contact Kathy Stearns at 636-922-8312.
Become a Sponsor – Gold, Silver and Bronze Levels
Our generous sponsors help make this a very successful event for our runners and all of our guests. Sponsorship deadline (to be in all publicity) is Feb. 8, 2016. Contact Nick Hogan at 636-922-8306 (Bronze and Silver Sponsors) or Heather McDorman at 636-922-8277 (Gold Sponsors).

Bronze Level – $300
  • Business name printed on all That '80s Run T-shirts.
  • 2’ x 5’ (or larger) exhibit table in prime location inside the Wellness Expo area.
  • Business name and link listed on That ‘80s Run website.
Silver Level – $500

Everything from Bronze level, plus ...
  • Three free That ‘80s Run race registrations for you and two friends or to use as special prize giveaways from your business/organization.
  • Your choice of a tented booth near the race start/finish line or a prime exhibit location inside the Wellness Expo area.
  • Option to insert advertising specialty (give-away) items and brochures in runner registration packets.
Gold Level – $1,000

Everything from Silver level, plus ...
  • Five event T-shirts.
  • Business logo on the back of That ‘80s Run T-shirts (instead of printed name).
  • Business logo and link on That ‘80s Run website (instead of name listing).
  • Your choice of a tented booth near the race start/finish line or at exhibit hall entrance or a prime exhibit location inside the Wellness Expo.
  • Opportunity to post banners or yard signs on race day (must deliver banners to SCC by the Wednesday before race day).
  • Business name mentioned on race website and in all fliers, news releases, advertising and other publicity, including social media, for That ‘80s Run. (NOTE: You must submit all paperwork before Feb. 8 to guarantee coverage in all publicity materials. However, That '80s Run will accept sponsors until the T-shirt design is finalized on or around April 1.)
NOTE: Product/in-kind trade may be accepted in exchange for That '80s Run Gold, Silver or Bronze sponsorships. To discuss potential trade options, call Heather McDorman, race director, at 636-922-8277.
Donate a Prize
Accepting prize baskets or items to be included in prize baskets (i.e., gift certificates, tickets, sporting goods, health and beauty products, books). Prize donations must be submitted by April 15. Contact Kelly Paladin at 636-922-8218 for more information.
Sponsors and Vendors Set-Up Info
You may set up from 4-6 p.m. Friday, April 29, or 6:30-7:15 a.m. on Saturday, April 30. You must be on campus no later than 7:15 a.m. Saturday morning due to road closures for the runners.

2016 Sponsors & Vendors

Gold Sponsors

Precision-Health arch-logo SmoothieKing-logo mcdonalds-logo lachata-logo St. Louis Post-Dispatch logo schultz-myers-logo

Silver Sponsors

9Round Kickbox Fitness SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital – St. Charles &
SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital – Lake St. Louis
Ben and Beccalee, Photographers Shirt Kong

Bronze Sponsors

Missouri American Water UMB Bank
Missouri Valley FCU Universal Creative Concepts
ND Consulting Group Fit4MeFoods
Tucanos Brazilian Grill Monster Energy

Expo Vendors

Midwest Family Wellness O'Fallon Crossing Chiropractic
Great Rivers Greenway City of O'Fallon Parks & Recreation
Wellness Research Isagenix
Crosby Chiropractic Dynamic Life Chiropractic
Arthritis Foundation Vitamine Shoppe
LiFetymz St. Peters Crossfit
Pampered Chef Voyce
UFC Gym Crider Health Center Foundation
NuSkin/Pharmnex Juice Plus
European Wax Center Lawlor Chiropractic
PRP Wine International Missouri Falun Dafa Association
Plexus Worldwide CHOMP
Costco MaryKay Cosmetics
Elements Massage Al-Anon Family Groups

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Contact Information

Heather McDorman, Race Director (Gold Sponsors and Product/In-Kind Trade Sponsorships)
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Nick Hogan (Vendor Booth Space, Bronze and Silver Sponsors)
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Kelly Paladin (Prizes, Food & Beverage Donations)
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