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Haggen to Haggen 5K Fun Run & Walk Set for May 2

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Haggen to Haggen 5K Fun Run & Walk Set for May 2

Registration is open for the 22nd annual community run, which supports the Greater Bellingham Running Club’s Whatcom County high school scholarship program

BELLINGHAM, Wash. — March 18, 2014 — Haggen is inviting the Whatcom County community to join in on the 22nd annual Haggen to Haggen 5K Fun Run & Walk. More than 1,300 runners and walkers – from beginners to elite – are expected to lace up on Saturday, May 2, 2015, and participate in the 3.1-mile community run.

The course, which is USA Track & Field-certified, begins at the Sehome Village Haggen store and ends at the Meridian Haggen store. Race registration is now open online at

“This race is an annual tradition for many, and we love how it brings our community together to run, walk and cheer with each other,” said John Clougher, CEO, Haggen Pacific Northwest. “We are excited to once again help support Whatcom County high school student runners through our partnership with the Greater Bellingham Running Club.”

Haggen will make a donation to its race partner, the Greater Bellingham Running Club (GBRC), to help fund four annual $1,000 scholarships for Whatcom County high school runners who are college-bound. The donation will also help provide a better quality running experience for low-income high school students through running shoe vouchers, track workouts and equipment updates.

The first place male and female runners will each receive a $75 Haggen gift card and a prize package, courtesy of Fairhaven Runners. Second place winners receive a $50 Haggen gift card, and third place winners receive a $25 Haggen gift card.

At the finish line, race participants and their friends and family can sample great products from Haggen vendors, including a number of Washington companies, such as Tony’s Coffee Co., Theo Chocolates, Erin Baker’s Wholesome Baked Goods, Organic Valley, Nature’s Path and Talking Rain.

Registration Information

Registration is available online at Registration closes at midnight on Sunday, April 26; there is no race day registration. Early packet pick-up and in-person registration is available on May 1, 1-6:30 PM, at Sehome Village Haggen.

Race Fees

Now through Sunday, April 26 – via online registration

  • Runners: $7 ($22 with long-sleeve tech shirt)
  • Walkers: $5 ($20 with long-sleeve tech shirt)
  • Kids 12 and under: Free (use coupon code H2HCHILD)

Friday, May 1, 1- 6:30 pm – in-person registration at Sehome Village Haggen

  • Runners and Walkers: $10 (Tech shirts can also be purchased for an additional $15 while supplies last.)

Race Schedule – Saturday, May 2, 2015

  • 7 am: Race shirt, bib, chip and day-of race packet pick-up
  • 8 am: Runners and walkers start
  • 8:45–10:45 am: Shuttle buses return to Sehome Village

Race Start Location

Sehome Village Haggen, 210 36th St, Bellingham Race Course

Important Details

  • Early packet pick up and last-chance registration at Sehome Village Haggen on Friday, May 1, 1– 6:30 pm.
  • Racers should allow 15 minutes to get from race number pickup area to race start.
  • Tech shirts can also be purchased at the race start or finish for $15, while supplies last.
  • No race day registration.

About Haggen

Founded in 1933 in Bellingham, Washington, Haggen has built its business on providing guests the freshest and most local products with genuine service, while supporting the communities it serves. The company currently operates stores in Washington and Oregon, and is in the process of acquiring an additional 146 stores. With this acquisition, Haggen will expand from 18 stores with 16 pharmacies to 164 stores with 106 pharmacies; from 2,000 employees to more than 10,000 employees; and from a Pacific Northwest company with locations in Oregon and Washington to a major regional grocery chain with locations in Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada and Arizona. Throughout its eight decades in business, the company has supported regional farms, ranches, fisheries and other businesses, creating a lasting and sustainable local food economy. The company remains focused on building local, sustainable food economies as it expands. For more information about what’s happening at Haggen, visit


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