See link below for paper registration to avoid credit card fees.
Parking: Parking will be at Clark Park.
Awards: Placement medals will be given to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place male and female in the following age categories: 18 & Under, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, and 70+. There will also be an award for the Fastest LEO Male and Female.
Schedule of events:
6:30 am - Registration and packet pickup open
7:45 am - Program starts
8:00 am - 10K starts
8:45 am - Program starts
9:00 am - 5K starts
10:15 am - Awards Ceremony
10:30 am - 12:30 pm - Lunch and vendors
12:30 pm - Kickball game
12:30 pm - Police vs. Fire/EMS softball game
Pets: Dogs are allowed at the race if they are properly licensed and leashed.
Additional info: There will be a raffle/silent auction at the event. 100% of the proceeds from the raffle/silent auction will go to CASA for Kids of South Central Texas. If you would like to make a donation toward the raffle, please send us a message.Register
Bellville, TX 77418 United States
About the Race
NOTE: TO AVOID CREDIT CARD FEES ON REGISTRATION, YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE PAPER REGISTRATION FORM HERE: Race Registration Form
The Bellville Police Department actively enforces the laws of The City of Bellville and the State of Texas under the guidance of the United States Constitution. In preserving the peace and dignity of the community, the Department works in partnership with the community using innovative ideas, programs and education, thereby creating a higher quality of life.
The Bellville, Texas community is very supportive of the Bellville Police Department. We thank you for that. To show our appreciation, we would like to invite you attend the Back the Blue 5K on April 6, 2019 at Clark Park. Money earned from this event will go to help CASA For Kids of South Central Texas. CASA For Kids is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization that helps place abused and neglected children. CASA for Kids of South Central Texas serves Austin, Colorado, Waller & Washington Counties and is part of a national volunteer movement that began in 1977 when Judge David Soukup in Seattle decided he needed to know more about the children whose lives were in his hands. His solution was to ask community volunteers to act as a “voice in court” for abused and neglected children. These Court Appointed Special Advocate® (CASAs) provided him with the detailed information he needed to safeguard the children’s best interests and ensure that they were placed in safe, permanent homes as quickly as possible.