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Thank you to all Jubilee Jog racers! 2022 results can be found here: https://www.athlinks.com/event/169808/results/Event/1017653/Course/2244706/Results
We look forward to seeing you next Memorial Day!
Be sure to tag your 5K photos @jubileejog5k and share them on social media with #jubileejog5k.
Race Registration Opens: April 4, 2022
Early bird pricing is $22 for children (5-14 years old) and $42 for adults. Early bird pricing ends May 22 at midnight. After May 22, prices increase to $25/$50. T-shirts are available for first 500 to register. Registrations will be accepted until start time on May 30th!
St. Joseph School - 1740 Lake Ave, Wilmette, IL 60091
Pre-registered participants may pick up their race packets and t-shirts on Friday, May 27th from 4pm-7pm at:
St. Joseph School Parking Lot
1740 Lake Ave (NE Corner of Lake/Ridge Ave)
Wilmette, IL 60091
All proceeds (after race expenses) will benefit parish supported food pantries including New Trier Township Food Pantry and St. Thomas of Canterbury.
New Trier Township Food Pantry
Established in 1965, the New Trier Township Food Pantry serves as a bridge between those who have the ability to give and those who are in need. Through donations from the community and volunteer efforts the shelves are stocked with a variety of:
Canned and Packaged Food
Useful Paper Goods
The township Food Pantry serves the needs of over 100 households per month, representing about 250 persons. The supplemental groceries and personal care items our clients receive are making a tremendous difference in their lives, while strengthening the communities we serve.
St. Thomas of Canterbury
For nearly 40 years, we have “twinned” with St. Thomas of Canterbury, a richly diverse parish in Chicago’s Uptown area that serves families from Vietnam, Eritrea, other parts of sub-Saharan Africa, Mexico, and Europe. In line with the parish’s character, St. Thomas School primarily serves immigrant or second-generation students and operates at full capacity. Over 95% of these students’ families have incomes below the poverty line. Graduates of St. Thomas attend leading public and Catholic high schools and go on to major colleges and universities.
Our relationship with St. Thomas offers Saints JFX parishioners incredible opportunities to live their discipleship. As many as 45 parishioners go to St. Thomas School every week to tutor students in math, history, and English. Saints JFX parishioners enable the school’s refugee support program through financial contributions. Our donations of food and food supplies enable St. Thomas to operate a food pantry and soup kitchen. Due to the pandemic, we are not allowed to collect clothing so we suggest depositing these donation in the St. Vincent de Paul Drop Off Box behind St. Francis Xavier Church or in the parking lot behind St. Joseph Church. Each week the food pantry serves over 100 families.
As generous as our parishioners have been, our connection is not just about giving. It’s about witnessing what we believe: that we are one body of Christ and one church, no matter what the zip code.
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