Sherry's Run Blog
Be Aware…Plan Ahead For Road Closures
Sherry’s Hope announces road closures for the 18th annual Sherry’s Run 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, September 11, 2021.
The Sherry’s Run 5K course begins at the event site at 623 West Main Street in Lebanon. The course heads east on West Main Street and then travels north on North Greenwood Street passing the historic Woolen Mills to the U.S. 70 North By-Pass (also known as Baddour Parkway). The course heads west on the By-Pass to Castle Heights Avenue North and then travels south to Hill Street. At Hill Street walkers can choose to continue on Castle Heights Avenue North to return to the Sherry’s Run 5K event site or they can continue on the race course onto Hill Street. For runners, at Hill Street, they will turn left, travel east to North Greenwood Street, then south to West Main Street where they will travel west returning to the finish line at the Sherry’s Run 5K event site.
Most road closures and detours along the route will be in effect between 6 am and 11 am. At 6:30 am police and event personnel will implement a soft road closure along the entire race course. The 5K run begins at 8 am and streets will reopen on a rolling basis as soon as the last participant has passed and all course support materials have been removed. Streets along the beginning of the route will open earlier than roads along the end of the route. Click here to view the complete 5K course map.
Residents and businesses located near the race course are encouraged to plan ahead and be aware of the road closure schedule and alternate access routes. Yard signs have been posted at each intersection along the race route several weeks in advance to notify residents and businesses.
“It’s amazing to see how this event has grown over the last 18 years. This community makes this the biggest fundraiser for Sherry’s Hope. Because of the tremendous outpouring of community support, Sherry’s Hope is able to assist families who are facing a financial hardship due to a cancer diagnosis and treatment. We are grateful to everyone in the community, churches and businesses for supporting their neighbors who are battling cancer,” said Scott Jasper, Race Director of the Sherry’s Run 5K
Sherry’s Hope, Wilson County’s largest grassroots cancer fundraising effort, is a non-profit, Christian organization that has helped hundreds of families who are experiencing a financial hardship due to a cancer diagnosis and treatment. Tremendous community support gives hope to those facing the fight against cancer through support groups; assistance with utilities, housing, prescriptions, medical bills, gas and groceries; and colonoscopy assistance.