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Pawnee Rock ‘Hard Rock Run’ planned
Employees of TruStage lend a hand to the Pawnee Rock Revitalization Project during their Community Impact Day on Wednesday, May 24. Employees volunteered to do landscaping, painting and other work. Back row, from left: Albert Strobel, Debbie Hosman, Rhonda Eurich, Amy Ney, Dawn Brown, Laura Straub; front row: Lynea Rowe, Christina Tammen, Laura Harrington, Kim Andrews, Marcia Dietz, Nicole Hildebrand, Denise Penn and Ernesto Diaz.

PAWNEE ROCK — The Pawnee Rock Revitalization Project team is making plans for the Pawnee Rock Hard Rock Run. This 5K walk/run and a 1-mile fun walk/run will start at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 22.  

Registration for the run is $25 through June 17, and includes a T-shirt. Medals will be handed out to the top-three finishers in each age group. Registration for the 1-mile walk/run is $15 and includes a T-shirt. A $5 breakfast will also be available to all competitors and spectators. The goal is to bring awareness and funding to the historical community, founded in 1874.

To register, contact the City Clerk’s Office, 508 Centre St., 620-982-4386, email The organizers are still seeking sponsors. If interested in sponsoring, business owners can also use these methods of contact.

Click here to register.

All proceeds will benefit the Pawnee Rock Revitalization Project, established to revitalize the community, improve quality of life, and draw more families, businesses and visitors to this historical town in Barton County.