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Site Updated:   09/30/2017

Another great day for our Nineteenth 5K Run. Be sure to sign-up later for number 20.


Nineteenth Annual
Kimberton Run
September 30, 2017

On Saturday, September 30, 2017  runners, walkers and kids participated in the Nineteenth Annual Kimberton Run. This 5K Run/Walk and 1/2 mile Kid's Run again took place on a perfect day for running in lovely East Pikeland Township in Chester County, PA.

Thank you to the Kimberton Waldorf School  for again providing a water stop at their campus near the Covered Bridge. Please support their October run at:

After the Kimberton Run, trophies and medals were awarded followed by a 20-20 and a drawing for many great door-prizes .

This year, thanks to all of the racers, walkers and great sponsors, we raised over $3,500 to support the various charities of the Kimberton Lions!
Over the past nineteen years, the Kimberton 5K Run/Walk has raised nearly $74,000 to benefit Lions' projects.
A great big THANK YOU to all of the race participants, to all of the helpers and to all of our donors, supporters and sponsors.

A very special thank you to our major sponsor, the H.O. West Foundation supported by West Pharmaceutical Services.

We can't do it without you!!!!


This year, in support of PACS, the Phoenixville Area Community Services Organization, we will again collect cans of food and other non-perishables for those less fortunate. Thank you all who have contributed to this most worthy cause.
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About the Kimberton Lions

  Serving the Phoenixville, Valley Forge
and Kimberton, PA Area

Lions are members of community service clubs, dedicated to the idea that the men and women who live in a community are in the best position to know who needs help and why. More than 46,000 strong, these local clubs are part of the world's largest such organization, with 1.4 million members serving in more than 190 countries and areas. The association is both non-political and non-sectarian. Lions are now best known for their sight-related programs, including SightFirst, the world's largest blindness prevention program.

Each and every dollar raised by the Kimberton Lions is donated to local Phoenixville, Valley Forge and Kimberton community and charitable organizations. A totally separate fund, comprised of member dues, is used for the administration of the Club.

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