The annual Truffle Shuffle run/walk celebrates fitness, fun and chocolate -- all while supporting Baker City Young Life. The 5K and 10K courses tour through city streets and end in historic downtown Baker City where participants are treated to a chocolate medallion and drinking chocolate crafted by Peterson's Chocolatier. New this year is a kids race.
At the sixth annual
Truffle Shuffle 5K walk/run, 10K Run, and Kids Race
April 27th, 2019 • 9 a.m. • Downtown Baker City at Main and Washington
5k and 10k run
Start time is 9:00 am from Main St. and Washington St. Both the 5K and 10K routes include a hill up Indiana Avenue (the road that runs past the golf course) because this chocolate is worth the work! The entire route is available at the registration sites below or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Kids Race
More information to come!Registration
Registration forms are available at Peterson’s Gallery and the Baker County YMCA and can be
submitted at either location. Registrations are available for downloaded here
and can be mailed to Peterson’s Gallery (1925 Main St, Baker City, OR, 97814). Race-day registration is available from 7:00-8:30 am at the race location.Fees
Entry fee is $20 and you can optionally get a shirt for an additional $10. Each participant will receive a chocolate medallion at the finish line. All the chocolate is handmade by chocolatier Alyssa Peterson of Peterson’s Gallery. Registrations must be received by April 14th to receive a shirt. Chocolate medallions will be limited for same day registrants. Please make checks payable to Baker City Young Life.Sponsors
This race is sponsored through the generosity of many local businesses: Subway, Peterson’s Gallery and Chocolatier, BELLA Main Street Market, Baker City Realty, Howard Britton Realty, STARS, Sunfire Real Estate, Kim Mosier Legal Services, Kicks Sportswear, Radford Trucking, Ne-Hi Enterprises, Baker Valley Physical Therapy, Goodrich Farms, Baker Sanitary Service, Hills Family Dentistry, Saint Alphonsus Medical Center - Baker City, St. Luke’s EOMA and OTEC.
All proceeds benefit Baker City Young Life.