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Ada Sunrise

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 6:45 AM
Aldridge Ballroom
200 S. Broadway
Ada, OK  74820
United States
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Thank you to all who helped with this years race, both sponsors and participants.
Due to the concern surrounding the coronavirus, we have made the unfortunate decision to hold the upcoming 2020 FIREBALL CLASSIC MEMORIAL race as a virtual event. This decision was not taken lightly, but our priority lies with the safety of our running community, from all of our participants, volunteers, and to those who put on the events.
Thank you to our runners and sponsors!
 
BUT! The fun will continue virtually. The traditional 5K, 10K and Half Marathon plus a 100 Mile Challenge!
 
 
Award money will not be given this year but previous year records were:
1/2 Marathon Male: Chase McMichael 1:20:22 
Female:  Neringa Kaulinate 1:30
10K Male:  Scott Smith 31:31 
Female: Ashley Carreon 36:46
5K Male:  Ben Kip 15:00
Female: Amanda Goetschius 17:28
 
 
 
Ada Sunrise Rotary has supplied over 1,000 backpacks and school supplies to needy county students.  Thank you to all the volunteers it takes to accomplish this task. 
The profit from the pecan sales allowed us the ability to present a $2,000 check to the Ada Senior Care Center.  
The club received a District 5770 grant for an outdoor classroom focusing on the water Ada uses from Byrds Mill Spring.
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