Thank you for choosing to volunteer on the wear blue at the Marine Corps Historic Half, Double Dog, and Semper5 this Sunday, May 19, 2019. Our community supports military and their families, veterans, Gold Star families, and civilians through active remembrance and meaningful relationships. We motivate and empower individuals to healthier, more inspired living. As a reminder, you will be volunteering to hold a flag bearing the name of a specific fallen service member who has paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms.

The wear blue Mile is located just past mile 1 of the Double Dog and Semper5 and Mile 9 on the Historic Half course.

Parking

Several parking options are available:

  • Old Mill Park, Caroline Street, Fredericksburg, VA

  • Lincare, 305 Hanson Avenue, Fredericksburg, VA

 

Please be aware of road closures throughout the city. This will necessitate you arrive prior to 5:30am. Our timeline will be tight, as we anticipate the first runners at approximately 6:45am. We anticipate volunteers serving until approximately 10:30am. You may find road closure information here:

https://www.wearblueruntoremember.org/marine-corps-historic

Plase wear your wear blue shirt. If you do not have a shirt, a complimentary wear blue shirt will be provided race morning.  Light refreshments will be provided (coffee, water, donuts, etc).

Shake Out Run

Please join us Saturday, May 18, 9am, at Old Mill Park for a short Shake Out Run. We will ground our steps in purpose as we come together as a community to honor those for whom we run.

Make Memorial Day Your Mission

In addition, we encourage you to join our Memorial Day Run, Monday, May 27, 9am, at the Jeff Rouse Center parking lot by Field 4. Whether out your back door, or at this location, please sign up online to receive the name of a fallen service member:

https://www.wearblueruntoremember.org/memorial-day

 

Thank you for giving your time to serve as a living memorial race weekend. Together we will ensure each of America's fallen military heroes is honored and remembered, and that their families, friends, and fellow military take meaningful, life affirming steps forward.