Hometown Hustle 5K Fun Run May 12

Online Registration is OPEN for Rochester Community Schools Foundation 13th Annual Hometown Hustle on May 12

The Rochester Community Schools Foundation Hometown Hustle, a 5K fun run/walk presented by Chief Financial Credit Union, will be held on Saturday, May 12, from 8:30–11:00 a.m. The race will start and end at Chief Financial, 200 Diversion St., Rochester Hills. Register Now.

Dr. Shaner in a group of people running in the event

Dr. Shaner at the Hometown Hustle

The 13th annual event is a treasured tradition that celebrates fitness and family time. “The Hometown Hustle brings community members of all ages together to enjoy the picturesque race route that runs through the historic neighborhoods of Downtown Rochester, the Rochester Municipal Park and the Paint Creek and Clinton River Trails,” said RCF Foundation Chairman Bob Justin. “Last year, the Hometown Hustle attracted more than 1,500 participants.”

Participants are encouraged to register early in order to receive a discount. Adult registration is $25 ($30 day of race) and $13 ($18 day of race) for children in Kindergarten through twelfth grade. Deadline for all online registrations is Monday, May 7, at 11:45 p.m.

A family of four, all wearing the event's purple t-shirts, run holding hands

Hometown Hustle is a Family Event

“Part of what makes the Rochester area so strong is the incredible effort put into the schools within this community. The RCS Foundation Hometown Hustle is a fun way to support the schools and meet the community. We are thrilled to once again be the presenting sponsor and kicking off Hometown Hustle right here at our Chief Headquarters,” said Chief Financial Credit Union President and CEO Tom Dluzen. “Seeing hundreds gather to support the schools is inspiring. The Chief team is looking forward to ‘hustling’ alongside residents, teachers, local leaders and supporters.”

Local families, businesses, and community partners contribute to the success of the Hometown Hustle.

“We are so honored to be partnering with our platinum sponsor, Chief Financial Credit Union, and other patrons who recognize the value of supporting our schools. We also appreciate our families who come together, year after year, to show their RCS pride. Together, we can continue to do great things for our students,” said RCS Foundation Director Lori Grein.

All community members are welcome to participate in the RCS Foundation Hometown Hustle.

“We are so grateful for the generosity of our 2018 sponsors, and we ask the community to please consider supporting the businesses that support our RCS students,” said RCS Foundation Coordinator Joann Beydoun.

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