Blue Line Twilight Run registration:
$35 per person: non law enforcement
$25 per person: current or former law enforcement
Groups 5-15 participants
- $20 per person
- $30 per person beginning April 22
- $35 per person after online pre-registration has closed until the day of the event
Individual and group registration: Click here.
Online registration is available for both individual and groups through Wednesday, May 1.
In-person registration will be available on Friday, May 3, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Saturday, May 4, 5-6:30 p.m. at the
John L. and Christine Warner Library and Student Center lobby, 1219 University Drive, COTC Newark campus.
Police academy cadets and other teams are encouraged to participate. Each participant will receive an event t-shirt and medals will be awarded to all registrants completing the course. Free gift bags will be available for the first 300 registrants. Walkers welcome.
After-Run Fun Down/Concert Open to All:
7:30 – 10 p.m. with Live Music & Food Trucks
Martha Grace Reece Amphitheatre, Newark campus
If you can't participate in the Twilight Run/Walk, plan to come to campus for the free After-Run Fun Down, which will feature bounce houses for kids, food trucks, live music, first responder vehicles on display and a distracted driving simulator. All community members, families and race participants are invited to enjoy the free event. Local food trucks Poppy's Roadside Diner, Lynette's Country BBQ and Simply Fit will offer food for purchase. Local classic rock cover band Off the Grid will provide live music. Lawn chairs and blankets are welcome.
Thanks to the Blue Line Twilight Run sponsors:
Coughlin Automotive Group ($2,000), Licking Memorial Hospital ($2000), Liberty Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram ($1,000), Wayne Homes ($1,000), Cricket Wireless ($500), Donaldson Real Estate ($500), Holtz Industries, Inc. ($500), Nu-Way Services ($500), Pilot Flying J ($500), Tri-County Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram ($500), Licking County FOP ($50), Telhio Credit Union and MPW Industrial Services.
In-kind sponsors include: Main Events (bounce house); Monster Energy; Brown Distributing (water bottles); Lowe's (blue light bulbs); and Wayne Homes (water bottles).
The event, a
collaboration between COTC and the Licking County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO), will
honor law enforcement personnel as they prepare for National Police Week, May
11-17. Proceeds from the Blue Line Twilight Run will benefit COTC’s Officer
Thomas W. Cottrell, Jr. Award for Character and Dedication to Public Service
and the LCSO’s Stuff the Backpack fund.
Sponsored by Central Ohio Technical College and the Licking County Sheriff's Department