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REGISTER FOR RACE AT: https://www.raceentry.com/races/livingston-fear-the-dead-5k-run/2015/register
PRIZES FOR ZOMBIE RUN (Must be present at award ceremony to be held at 7pm)
¨ RUNNERS: Top 5 run times in each age group will receive medal and will be entered into drawing for $100.
¨ RUNNERS: All Runners with all Flags still attached will be entered into drawing for $100.
¨ ZOMBIES Top 3 zombies with most flags captured will receive trophy and will be entered into drawing for $100.
RUNNERS/ZOMBIES: All will be entered into drawing for other prizes.
THE LIVINGSTON 4TH OF JULY COMMITTEE hosts the Annual 4th of July Festival and Fireworks Show. The Independence Day Celebration is held in Honor of our Men and Woman in the Military, Law Enforcement, Firefighters; and in Memory of those who made the ultimate sacrifice to give us the freedom we all enjoy.
PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE CENTRAL VALLEY HONOR FLIGHT. The Central Valley Honor Flight raises funds to charter planes that send Veterans to the Washington D.C. Memorials in commemoration of their sacrifice, and in honor of their service to our country. The cost to send one Veteran is about $2,500.00 We hope to raise enough funds to send plenty of deserving Veterans. For more information on Central Valley Honor Flight visit their website http://www.cvhonorflight.org/.
WHATS IN STORE FOR 2015
THE BIGGEST FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR in the Valley
Saturday July 4th at Dusk
The event will provide a fair-like atmosphere with the Paul Maurer Shows Carnival, a Classic Car Show, Talent Show, lots of Food and Craft Vendors, and Live Bands featuring BRENTON WOOD, and JOURNEY REVISITED. The Festival attracts an average of about 40,000 spectators from around the valley over the course of the three day event. The CLASSIC CAR SHOW starts on Saturday July 5, 2015 at 9:00 am with a parade of classic cars starting at the TA Truck Stop and ending at Max Foster Sports Complex. We invite all to come out and enjoy the Parade of Cars from B Street to N. Main Street to Walnut and Into Max Foster Sports Complex.
There will be plenty of water rides to keep the crowds cool including Bumper Boats, Walking on Water, and Water Slides for the Kids. The Livingston Fire Department will also be present with fire prevention materials and a static display of fire and equipment along with a cooling station for those who need to escape the heat. After the Festival, the water from the water rides will be pumped onto Park Grass so that the precious water is not wasted since the sprinklers will be off for the weekend. The Livingston Police Department will be present along with the Police Explorers to help with crowd control and safety.