Because kids “RUN” this farm, here’s a reminder that our June, 2019 Farm Camp Registration will be open February 1st (Mark your calendars and be sure to sign up early for best selection).
“Ready! On your mark, get set, go!” 2019 is going to be incredible!
We are starting all of our races one hour later than in previous years, as per your request.
This year we have a brand new look and a new name, previously known as “Dogtown”, these races are now known as “Washington City Half-Marathon”, with the same scenic view, same four fantastic types of runs, and all the traditional fun you love! Mark your calendar now for Saturday, February 2nd, 2019!!!!!
Ralph’s Kids Fun Fun: Register your kids for Grandpa Ralph’s Fun Run on the farm (In honor of Grandpa Ralph Staheli), an easy fun course for any child 12 years and younger. This run will be directed by Washington City’s Youth Council and will take place at the finish line to the Washington City Half-Marathon and 5K at Staheli Family Farm. The kids will receive a finisher medal and race shirt (Shirt sizes come in Youth S, M and L only). Parents are free to run with their child and don’t need to sign up. Ralph’s Kids Fun Run will take place at 10am. Afterwards, the kids are free to play at Staheli Family Farmland.
(*No shirt or medal guaranteed if registered after January 12th, 2019)
Click HERE for the link to Washington City Run Information and to register.
Cheer on the participants at Sullivan Park while enjoying live music and later, give them “high fives” at the the finish line while enjoying Staheli Family Farm. Stay for the placement awards to see the winners in each age group. This event is for our community; come show your support. Want to be more involved? We are now accepting volunteer applications at: https://www.justserve
Hats Off to the Farmers, by Walterrean Salley
The farmer is,
Bearing the legacy
That is (hers) his.
Churning the soil
Of our Motherland.
A role that few
Dare envy so,
Or think it to be
The way to go.
Hats off to the farmers—
Then and now.
Hats off to the farmers
And their plow.