We can’t do it without you! We are looking for 10 volunteers for each shift to work the Vintage Faire. Please signup below.
Monday, July 4, 2016 Parade Begins @ 11:00am
Entry Deadline – Thursday, June 30, 2016
THEME: “America: Home of the Free, Because of the Brave”
- Donations gratefully accepted. Please make checks payable to: Eagle Point Chamber of Commerce.
- Parade organizes at Eagle Point High School. All entries (except cars) judged according to theme compliance.
- Car entries judged under commonly accepted guidelines.
- To be eligible for judging, entries must be in line before category time listed below.
- Absolutely NO candy or water may be shot or thrown into the crowd from any parade entry! Persons/groups violating these rules will be removed from the parade.
- Children in parade MUST be accompanied by adult (18 years or over)
- No walking dogs unless wearing “booties”. Dogs may ride on/in parade vehicles. Dogs must be good natured and in complete control at all times.
Contact: General Information & Entry Forms:
Eagle Point & Upper Rogue Chamber of Commerce (541) 826-6945
*** ENTRY FEE: BY DONATION ***
In memory of Betty Ann Marlia
REGISTRATION: Pre-registrations must be received by Sunday, June 26th, Midnight.
Race day registrations will be accepted from 7:00 – 7:45 a.m.
Race starts at 8:00 a.m.
- Adult – $20
- Youth 16 and Under – $7
- T-Shirt – $5
- Race Day:
- Adult & Youth – $25
- T-Shirt – $10
NOTE: Race day signups will be EXTREMELY limited! Pre-registration is HIGHLY encouraged!
COURSE: Both courses begin and end on Main Street. These are family-friendly courses, chip timed by Southern Oregon Runners Club.
- Race Day – Packets may be picked up on Race day on Main Street from 7:00 – 7:45
- Pre-Race – Packets may be picked up, Saturday and Sunday July 2 & July 3, at the Eagle Point Library from 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.
AWARDS: At the starting area immediately following the Race.
REFRESHMENTS: Will be available immediately following the Race.
RACE CONTACT: Ruth Jenks, Race Director 541-941-8537, email@example.com
RACE ENTRANT PRIZE DRAWING: MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN!!!
Each flag displayed once draped the casket of an American veteran and was donated by the families of the men and women who made possible the freedoms that we enjoy.
The donated flags are flown as a fitting memorial that reminds us that the life we have is made possible not only by our great country, but also by the men and women who have served it in the armed forces.