100119 Toiyabe Road Run

Run, walk, or wobble to better health!

Since 1981, Toiyabe Indian Health Project has hosted the annual Toiyabe Road Run on the first Saturday in November. Against the spectacular mountainous backdrop of the Eastern Sierra, walkers and runners compete at the Millpond Recreation Area in Bishop, California, to raise scholarship funding for the Jill Kinmont Boothe Indian Education Fund. Kinmont-Boothe, an athletic superstar, became an artist and teacher and devoted her later adult life to helping children. Now deceased, Jill’s legacy lives on through a public school named in her honor and annual scholarship awards for college-bound local Native Americans.

A something-for-everyone event, this historic race boasts a short non-competitive 1k jog/walk, a 5k run/walk, and a 10k run. Wide dirt roads welcome all race-day participants, which eventually narrow and add elevation to challenge longer distance runners.

This year the Road Run will be virtual so that you can safely participate ANYWHERE in the world while helping to raise money for the Jill Kinmont-Boothe Indian Education Fund.

Save the date for the 2020 run on Saturday, November 21!

Click here to sign up for this year’s virtual Road Run.

If you need assistance with registration, please call (760)873-8464 to get ahold of Jaci Miller @ ext. 196 or Kristian Orihuela @ ext 192.

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