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Run the Cove 5K

Run the Cove 5K will take place on the beautiful grounds of Encounter Cove at Lake of the Ozarks.

All proceeds from Run the Cove 5K will go towards the cost of Team Members travel and Renovation Project costs for the missions trip to Honduras scheduled for

July 14-21, 2024.

How would you like to participate?

Run with us IN-PERSON or VIRTUALLY from anywhere around the world.

We’re excited to be at Encounter Cove located at the Lake of the Ozarks for our

Run the Cove 5k on June 1st, 2024!

This is a road course that takes you through and around the property of Encounter Cove. It will be a beautiful run or walk, whichever you choose, with plenty of flat ground and a few hills.

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Race Date: Saturday June 1, 2024

Start Time: 5k will begin at 9am. 

Parking: Parking will be available near the course, but will likely fill up quickly. 



Staging will be allowed as early as 8:00 AM and all runners are encouraged to arrive no later than 8:15 AM. 


The start location of the race and course map will be announced.


Overall prize winners (top 3 in each category) for the 5k will be determined by start time. 

In order to ensure that race volunteers, officials, and photographers can properly identify you, you must wear your bib on the front of your person in an unobstructed position. 


9:00 – 5k Race


Race volunteers will be present throughout the courses to guide runners. Please follow their directions at all times in order to ensure your safety. Runners who are found in violation of volunteer instructions while on the course may be subject to disqualification. Please stay within the boundaries of the designated trails throughout the entire race. Where applicable, runners are required to stay on the appropriate side of cone or tape lines. 

Although earphones are allowed on the course, it is recommended that volume be kept low and/or only one earbud be used so that surrounding noises are audible to each runner. 


First aid stations will be available on the course. In addition to the first-aid stations, the event will be staffed by medical professionals who will be equipped with advanced medical supplies.

Runners are encouraged to note any special medical considerations on the back of their bibs in case of emergencies.


Spectators are welcomed and encouraged along the vast majority of the route. They should be considerate of property and never interfere with the progress of any race participant. Spectators are required to follow the instructions of volunteers at all times.

Do not attempt to access any portion of the course by car.


All 5k runners who register before the deadline will receive a race t-shirt. Runners who register after the deadline or on race day will not receive a shirt.


Life happens. You shouldn’t have to worry about what to do if you end up not being able to participate in the race. Our policies allow you to transfer your bib to another person should you not be able to participate. The t-shirt size can not be changed after May 15. Refunds will not be issued. 


Awards will be handed out following the conclusion of the race.

Race Details

What are we running for?

Members of Camdenton 1st Assembly will have the opportunity, this July 14-21, to travel to Honduras and work with missionary  Jessie Harshbarger and her dog Zoee. Jessie works alongside the ministry of Castillo del Rey (King's Castle). The total cost for each team member will be $2,000. This includes their airfare, housing, food and ground transportation while in Honduras.


Our team will take part in kids programs in the schools and streets of Tegucigalpa, Honduras and surrounding areas. Construction and renovation projects on the Castle campground where the ministry is based will be a part of our trip as well. The cost of these renovation projects will be approximately $10,000.

God has given us this opportunity to go and bless a people that need to hear about the love of Jesus and see His hands at work in their lives. Will you consider running, supporting the run or donating so that our team can touch the lives of the children and families of Honduras?

This trip will not be successful without a covering of prayer and intercession for our team, the work being done and those being ministered to. Would you also commit to praying for this trip?

To learn more about Jessie and the work she is doing in Honduras, visit her website.

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