2011 Sean’s Run From Autism

Sean's Run from Autism Logo 2008

Sean’s Run from Autism is the best way for runners to get an early start on the season while doing good. Entry fees, merchandise sales and sponsorship tent monies all directly benefit the Autism Research and Resources of Oregon.


5k (3.11 miles) and 10k (6.2 miles)
This scenic out-and-back course will begin and end in Historic Oaks Park on the Willamette River, then wind along the Willamette Greenway before turning around and heading back into Oaks Park.
Runners will not need to decide on their distance until reaching the 1.5 mile of the event.


Sean Running at Sean's Run from Autism at Historic Oak's ParkPre-Registration ends Monday 4/25
Pre-Registered Entries $ 20
ORRC Members $ 15
All Entries – After April 25 $ 25
Kids Run — under 12 years $ 10
(T-shirts Not Guaranteed for Day-of-Race Entries)


Results for both races will be posted on the ARRO (arroautism.org) and the Sean’s Run (www.seansrun.org) websites.
They will also be e-mailed to any participants that leave an e-mail address.


Ribbons will be awarded 3 places deep in ORRC 5-year age groups.
Awards ceremony will take place at approximately 11:30 a.m.


To volunteer, or for questions, please call 503-284-0350 or email Kathy at: kathyh@arroautism.org
or Daniel at: dsbrewer@gmail.com


Saturday, April 30, 2011
Registration opens 9 a.m.
All events – 10:00 AM


Oaks Park
7805 SE Oaks Park Way
East End of the Sellwood Bridge
Portland, Oregon


Registration is easy. Choose the method that works best for you :

Pledge your Support

Whether you’re running, or just want to help out, you, your friends, neighbors, co-workers and area businesses can pledge your support for Sean in his Run from Autism. To learn more, click here :

2011 Sean’s Run from Autism Pledge Sheet

Thanks to our Corporate Sponsors

Team Reliv Logo - Sponsoring Sean's Run from Autism 2011

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