There are no upcoming dates that are available for online registration in the immediate future. Please check with the event organizer for more information.
Ready, Set, Run! The Cherokee community, along with walkers and runners from throughout the Atlanta area, will celebrate the new replacement Northside Hospital Cherokee with a hospital-to-hospital run/walk.
“Move It On Over” – a 4-miler to support the Arthritis Foundation – is set for Saturday, April 15. Northside Hospital Cherokee’s new facility opens in early May.
This is a timed event, with pre-registration available at walktocurearthritis.org/cherokee. Medals will be presented to the top male and top female winners in each age group. All runners receive timing bib and commemorative event T-shirt.
The 4-mile race route begins at the current Northside Hospital Cherokee, 201 Hospital Road in Canton and winds through the city’s picturesque parks and trails (Heritage Park and Etowah River Park). The route’s finish line is at the new hospital off I-575 at the Ga. 20 exit, at Northside Cherokee Boulevard.
“Move It On Over” is a partner event for the Arthritis Foundation’s national Walk to Cure Arthritis, which rallies communities and raises funds to conquer arthritis once and for all. Arthritis is the No. 1 cause of disability in the United States, affecting more than 50 million people, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Parking and on-site registration for “Move It On Over” begins at 6:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 15, at the new Northside Hospital Cherokee campus, 450 Northside Cherokee Boulevard. Buses will shuttle participants to the starting line. The race begins at 7:30 a.m.
Participants can register individually or as a team and raise funds for the Arthritis Foundation. Discounted pre-registration is available until Feb. 28 at $25. Fees increase to $30, March 1-31, and to $35, April 1-13.
To register or for more information about “Move It On Over,” a 4-miler in support of the Arthritis Foundation, visit walktocurearthritis.org/cherokee.
For more information about the new Northside Hospital Cherokee, opening in May, visit northsidecherokee.com.